The Pre Madonnas, of Norfolk, VA, rate themselves as a throbbing PG-13 comedy group. Using odd relationships, cultural commentary, and witty writing, they point out the humor in the world around us. They ride the line of decency on a unicycle.
Robot Johnson started because a bunch of funny people drank together and decided to do comedy. Ten years later, and we’re still great at both. Robot Johnson is made up of an eclectic mix of actors, writers, stand ups, along with improv and sketch comedy veterans. That mix allows us to create original content shows that will have a little something for everyone and a lot of something for sketch fans.
Bad Medicine is a team of friends from a political town doing distinctly non-political comedy. With a bent toward the dark and the absurd, we like to keep our audiences guessing with varied styles and formats, with the goal of pointing out the ugliness and the silliness of real life.
The Rabbit Brothers are a sketch comedy duo committed to their life’s mission of bringing sketch comedy to sketchy people. The duo consists of Jack Belliveau and Jax Benson.Both are founding members of the sketch troupe The Sloan and Comics at Fault comedy collective. They have performed both sketch and standup shows throughout the state and with The Sloan, appeared at the Greensboro Fringe Festival. In addition to his sketch comedy work, Jax Benson is a playwright, having written the plays Handsome Devil and Scarletdale. His dark comedy The Sparrow premiered at The Greensboro Fringe Festival in a staging by Red Queen Productions. Jack Belliveau has become an in-demand producer, scheduling and staging standup shows around the state.He is also a screenwriter with his first screenplay, the comedy Reggie, currently in pre-production.
Performing since 2008, High Dramma is a 100% independent sketch comedy troupe that seeks to combine traditional sketch comedy with elements of musical, dance, pantomime, all intertwined between live music provided by a mad banjo player into a whirlwind of high-minded vulgarity and low-brow sophistication.
Alex Blackstone, Justina Kolb, and Kristopher Gray met in 2015 at Seattle’s Jet City Improv. The three became fast friends based on their shared love of early-90s Canadian sketch comedy and New York-based, three-piece, punk-rock-turned-hip-hop musical acts. Sleepover has produced several full-length sketch shows at Seattle’s The Pocket Theater and performed at SketchFest Seattle the past three years, as well as Portland and NYC SketchFests in 2018.
Sleepover’s comedy has been described as “weirdly 90s,” “realistically absurd,” and “punk but charming.” Its members have been likened to “every (presumed) stoner you wish you had been friends with in high school.”
Armed with an acoustic guitar, comedy songwriter Charlie Landsman delivers a unique blend of catchy melodies and irreverent humor as he skewers the NYC subway, toxic masculinity, online dating, and much much more. With over 15 years of performance experience, Charlie covers a wide range of genres, from folk/rock to r&b to club pop to jazz, He has worked at Comedy Central and has performed musical comedy across the US and Europe.
The Greys, lifelong friends Patrick McGrail & Derek Leach, bring soaring harmonies, attempted profundities, serious guitar chops and downright silliness to their musical comedy revue! Their new EP, “greys ii”, is now available on Spotify and iTunes!
Comprised of The Brothers Schraeder (A.J. and Al-don), Unstoppable Failure is a 2 man sketch comedy show that takes a healthy dose of absurdity and slams it against sharp satirical writing. They have been official selections at SF Sketchfest, NYC Sketch Festival, Philly Sketchfest, The New South Comedy Festival, Chicago Sketchfest, and The North Carolina Comedy Festival.