Genre: Comedy, Lesbian+Gay
starring Jacqueline Kabat, Kenny Wade Marshall, and Troy Bynum

Founded in 2001, Rash Behaviour is a New York City based improv and sketch comedy group that is made up of various improv performers with training from across the country. The groups' sketch material skewers everything from the television and media to the government and beyond. In the world of Rash Behaviour things like racism, sexism, and pop culture crazes become fodder for comic debate.

Rash Behaviour's shows also feature their own brand of free form improvisation, inspired by the many disciplines learned individually by each member. Audience members can't be shy either, because the long form improvisations are made up of their funny personal interests and details gathered by members of the group throughout the show.

In addition to live performances, Rash Behaviour recently completed a television pilot that is currently in post-production. The group also starred in the documentary Confederate Behaviour, by director Eric Trenkamp. This film was awarded Honorable Mention at the 2003 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival and went on to the Los Angeles Festival in 2004. Individually, members of Rash Behaviour have appeared on such shows/networks as Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Strangers With Candy, SNL, The Chris Rock Show, Nick at Nite, and yes, even The History Channel. For additional information please visit www.rashbehaviour.com

Open:   07/12/07
Close:   07/12/07

one performance only!
Theater:   Mo Pitkins
Address:   34 Avenue A
New York, NY
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Cost:$8 with two drink minimum
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Mo Pitkins at 212-777-5660
Company: Rash Behaviour         Official Web Site: www.rashbehaviour.com
  *Kenny Wade Marshall (performer/writer): Off-Broadway: Pirates of Penzance Live-On-Deck!; 365 Plays, 365 Days (opposite Penny Arcade) Other favorite New York credits: SUV: The Musical (2005 Fringe Festival), All The World's A Stage (Intl. Mid-Town Theatre Festival), Captain Gravy's Wavy Navy (2006 NYMF), Issues and Bronco Buster (Playwright and Actors Contemporary Theatre). Regional: A Christmas Carol (Fulton Opera House), Chicago (Arts Center of Coastal Carolina). Film/TV: National promos for The History Channel, Nick at Nite and featured roles in the indie comedy The War on The War on Drugs. Kenny studied musical theatre comedy with Ms. Carol Burnett and was one of the original members of Molotov Cockroach under Erin Scott and Jacqueline Kabat (both students of Anne Bowen) before co-founding Rash Behaviour in 2001. Education: BFA, Theatre Performance, College of Santa Fe, NM, Second City Touring Company Workshop.
  Troy Bynum (performer/writer): Troy graduated with a BFA from Marymount Manhattan College. Some of his favorite roles include Sweeny in Sweeny Agonisties and Tom in This Property is Condemned. He's performed in shows at American Theatre of Actors and Theatre Studio Inc. Playtime Series. He was an ensemble member of the improv and sketch comedy group, Molotov Cockroach, and is one of the founding members of the comedy group, Rash Behaviour. Troy has appeared on The Chris Rock Show and was seen in the documentary Confederate Behaviour.
  Jacqueline Kabat (performer/writer): Jacqueline has been involved in all aspects of comedy/improv and sketch writing during her entire nine years in New York. Saturday Night Live's Amy Poehler was her teacher when she studied with Upright Citizens Brigade in the late 90's. She also had the opportunity to study, write and perform with Second City's Ann Bowen. She is one of the founding members of two improv groups, Molotov Cockroach and Rash Behaviour. With these two groups, she's performed at Carolines, Gotham Comedy Club, Comedy Cellar, and other well-known venues in Manhattan. Jacqueline was seen in the 2001 Fringe Festival comedy Red Pajama Blues.