The Modern Kids are Dave Adams, Catia Ojeda and Lauren Zinn
A stream-of-consciousness sketch show about the hunt for the perfect mate. Or date. Or, at the very least, bait. Starring distressed people in impossible situations.
7:00pm - play: Cat & Dick
Written by company member Andrea Alton, this original work explores life and love on the window ledge of a New York City office building. Directed by Stacy Mayer.
7:30pm - improv: Krompf
Krompfff (always spelled differently because it's a sound, not a word) presents an evening of improvised comedy.
8:00pm - characterprov: Character Dog Run
Watch six of New York's funniest original characters, developed by actors beforehand, as they improvise together based on audience suggestions. New characters every week. July 20th is a celebrity showcase. Opens with a short film by Cooter Shorts.
9:00pm - sketch: Cooter Shorts
A live sitcom. In this episode: Sue's carefully planned "just us" night with her talent scout-manager-fiancé Harrison Parker turns into anything but.
9:30pm - stand-up: Still Standing
Each month comics write new material based on a theme. In July, host AB Carney and her fellow stand-ups explore religion.
One admission price gets you into all shows. Come for just one, or stay for the entire evening.
New sketch comedy show that explores how our moral values are shaping the future of the country. Ever wonder how cloning will affect us 20 years down the line? What if abortion clinics offered punch cards to repeat customers?
9:00pm - improv: Pajama Party Mother, a house team at the Upright Citizens Brigade, originally created this long-form improvisation, calling it "The Sleepover." Six improvisers instantly create characters based on audience suggestions, then weave the elements together in half an hour.
9:30pm - improv: Character Dog Run Watch six of New York's funniest original characters, developed by actors beforehand, as they improvise together based on audience suggestions.
New characters every week. Opens with a short film.
Sketches cover such topics as the sexual objectification of farm animals, stalking, gender identity, the Bush presidency, mistreatment of the physically challenged, child care, the justice system, and NY Marathon.
Show features writer-performer (s) Mel Salvatore, Michelle Haun, Kerry Logston, and Elizabeth Van Meter.
bitches funny originated in LA by creators Mel Salvatore and Missi Pyle in 1999. The founding group of Ms. Salvatore, Ms. Pyle, Michelle Haun, Kari Gautier, and
Christina Moore played to sold out audiences at The World Famous Comedy Store and The Second City Theatre. In 2003, the group became Bi-coastal and added members Kerry Logston, Eileen O'Connell, and Elizabeth Van Meter. In 2004, all the bitches proudly performed in the NY International Fringe Festival."