No time for love today; only news about sketch comedy shows happening in Philadelphia. Big news of the week? There’s a new sketch group in town and their name is Nakatomi. Even bigger news of the week? That same brand new sketch group is making their debut this week opening for PHIT Sketch House Team, Dog Mountain. But the most big news this week? All of Nakatomi’s writers & performers are improvisors. According to Nakatomi’s Tom Hannigan, everyone in the group has “dabbled” in sketch comedy over the past year and collectively decided forming a group together would give them an opportunity to work out their sketch comedy-chops. We’re thrilled to hear it and excited to see it. What day? What time? Attire? It’s all below! You should really know that by now… Continue reading
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Andrew Coppola, Ashlee Rose Toll, Bergman, Beth Eisenberg, Carl Boccuti, Chip Chantry, Courtney Painter, Dog Mountain, Dru Kramcsak, Emily Hill, Ian Fletcher, Jim Grammond, Joe Moore, Joe Tuzzi, Jon & Ian Have Something To Tell You, Jon Plester, Julia Hudson, Karen Coleman, Kate Fruhman, Nakatomi, Philly Improv Theater, PHIT, RJ Payne, Rob O'Neill, Sam Abrams, Sarah Clemency, Sheila Master, Steve Swan, Tom Hannigan, Trevor Miles |
This week is so full of sketch comedy shows in Philadelphia that it’s almost as if – Christmas came early/Hanukkah was extended/ the Krampus didn’t bite off the appendages of your misbehaving child – this year. But before you get upset that I only noted the Christian, Jewish and Pagen gift giving holidays as metaphors… What’s that? It’s too late and you’re already upset? Okay, then we’ll just get to this week’s listings of sketch comedy in Philadelphia which features our own monthly Philly Sketchfest Presents showcases at The Adrienne Theater Playground including House of Solitude’s ‘Home for the Holidays’ featuring The Wire Mothers and host Jake Mattera at 8:30pm as well as Until Pluto’s “…Still Not A Better World” featuring Cynthia Marie’s Farewell Show and host Alex Pearlman at 10:00pm.
Before we get started though, don’t forget to congratulate PHIT Sketch House Team, Dog Mountain who have been accepted into the 2016 North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival! Continue reading
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Alex Pearlman, Andrew Nealis, Beth Eisenberg, Caitlin Weigel, Chris Gory, Cynthia Marie, Daniel Corkery, DIE CLOWNSHOW (die), Dog Mountain, Erin Fleming, Frank Farrell, Gabriella Bottoni, Gina Gennari, Good Good Comedy, Hannah Van Sciver, house of solitude, Ian Fletcher, Jacquie Baker, Jake Mattera, Jessica Snow, Jimi Haak, Jon & Ian Have Something To Tell You, Jon Plester, Julia Celley, Karen Coleman, Locked In Julia's Basement, Maggy Keegan, Marcely Jean-Pierre, Matthew Schmid, Megan Marron, Melissa Mongi, National Sketch Comedy Writing Month, National Sketch Writing Month, Patric Ciervo, Paul Triggiani, Peter Gerbron, Ralph Andracchio, Rebecca Buckley, Rebecca Shaffer, Rob Baniewicz, Sam Scavuzzo, Samantha Russell, Sarah Carter, Sarah Clemency, Sean Landis, Sheila Master, Sketch Up or Shut Up, Steve Holland, The Incredible Shrinking Matt & Jacquie, The Wire Mothers, Tim Raymus, Trevor Miles, Until Pluto, Viscosity Theatre, Vox Populi |