cast of characters
Named one of the Fresh Faces of Comedy at Just for Laughs in Montreal in 2013, Sarah writes and performs on the Sketch House team National Scandal at the People's Improv Theater and is very grateful to be a member of the longest running PIT House improv team The Baldwins, performing every Saturday night. She has appeared in commercials and on television, most recently in the Reductress pilot presentation where she is also a contributing writer. She is passionate about ghost stories and sitting down.
Mary-Alice is a comedian: writer, stand-up, improv, sketch, character performance. Originally a stand-up in San Francisco, she moved to NYC to study improv and sketch. She received the bulk of her improv training at The Peoples Improv Theater, and was a member of their House Team program for 2 years. You may have seen her on stages doing stand-up (Cobb’s, Punchline, Purple Onion), or performing on any number of improv teams (The Department, Lawrence, Christmas Dad, Two Girls-Tall Boys). Her solo show, “Exodus, Vibrators, Vitamins,” recently debuted at Solocom Festival to a sold-out crowd – hooray! Catch her next show!
Andy Hilbrands is a New York-based comedian who originally hails from the midwest. In Minneapolis he was a cast member for The Brave New Workshop and Comedysportz. In NYC he perfroms with The Community Players (The PIT) among various shows around town. He’s a dog person but got two cats when he moved here and now “gets it”.
Jay Malsky is a New York based sketch comedian, character actor, and writer. He performs at UCB Theatre Hell’s Kitchen as part of Maude, and his running shows have included Jay Malsky Slept With My Boyfriend (currently running) and The Kellyanne Show. He is a member of The Community Players (PIT) who perform an improvised play.
His drag characters include: Celine Dion, Cher, Caitlyn Jenner, and Elaine Stritch (2015 New York Fringe Festival). He is the host of DED Talks (Caveat) an evening of TED Talks by dead celebrities.
Adrian Sexton is an actor and improviser from Melrose, MA. You can catch with her improv team The Community Players at the Peoples Improv Theater, and plays Elizabeth Taylor as Martha in George/Martha: An Improvised Who;s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? She also does various character work with celebrities such as Marlene Dietrich and John Lennon.
Rich Templeton is writer and performer at the Upright Citizen's Brigade (UCB), where he creates a new piece every month for Characters Welcome. Rich's latest one-man show The Piece (Edinburgh Fringe 2018) has been described as "hilarious," "game- changing," and "genuinely upsetting." Rich is a lifelong fan of the Mets and, inexplicably, the Cincinnati Bengals. More at RichTempletonComedy.com