Are you in the mood for some awesome all-lady sketch comedy? If so, come on over tonight at 8pm for Fonda!
Fonda is an all-lady sketch team that consists of Anna Callegari, Alex Fiber, Danielle Gibson, Lauren Ireland, Sue Smith and Caralyn Stone.
Their work has been featured on Glamour, Refinery 29, Above Average, College Humor, Brokelyn, and VH1’s Best Week Ever.
MURDERFIST in The New York Times?! HECK YEAH! Look at those fresh faces outside The PIT!
MURDERFIST “[…] delivers on its promise of crude, punked-out chaos. The scenes are visceral and unpolished, full of spurting gore and exposed flesh. If a sex toy appears at the beginning of a scene, by the end, someone will fondle it.”
You can see MURDERFIST live this Saturday at 11pm!
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Tomorrow, Wednesday, December 11, join us at Pioneers Bar NYC (138 W. 29th Street) to celebrate the holiday season! We’re offering amazing drink specials!
$3 Miller/Miller Lite
$4 All other beers
$5 House Wine & well
$6 Premium Liquor
See you there!
Every family has a black sheep. Well, this Damn Family is ALL black sheep. See Damn Family: Semi-Charmed Show tonight at 8pm!
When they get together, things get weird. This group of performers and writers wants you to stop fidgeting, sit up straight, and enjoy their particular brand of not-so-wholesome, not-so-family-friendly sketch comedy fun. Be on your best behavior, damn it!
Damn Family features sketches and performances by Katlyn Carlson, Ryan Farrell, Geoff Grimwood, Maria Krovatin, Adam Luke, Dan Morris, Amanda Peck and Jeff Salter.
Storytelling and song parodies combine when this duo hits the stage! Come on down to You Probably Think This Song Is About You NEXT MONDAY at 9:30pm to see what all the buzz is about!
Comedians Anna Roisman and Katie Haller bring storytelling and song parodies together for “You Probably Think This Song Is About You.”
Each month some of New York’s funniest storytellers perform stories based on a theme. Anna and Katie will already know these stories; in fact, they will have already transformed some of them into song parodies. At the end of each show, two performers leave with a song that is DEFINITELY about them.
Will it be an emotional ballad? Or a gangsta rap? Between Anna’s powerful pipes and Katie’s ridiculous rhymes, these two can do can do it all. Of course, the performers will secretly be hoping their story is chosen, because let’s be honest, we’re all a little vain.
Anna and Katie go all the way back to Harriton High School where not only were they on the girls tennis team together, but HONORS concert choir (not to brag), and the Harriton Theater Company as well. Plus, their poodles are cousins. After growing up in Philly … ok fine … the suburbs of Philly … these two have some mad funny stories (and cheesesteaks) to share. No, seriously, they’re bringing cheesesteaks to the show. City of Sisterly Love, represent.
A hip-hop holiday solo show - need we say more? Join us for A Very Drake Hanukkah this TONIGHT at 7pm!
It’s A Very Drake Hanukkah (Hip Hop Holiday Special)!
This solo-based sketch show starring Monique Moses invites you to celebrate the holidays with half-Jewish, half-Black Canadian rap star Drake (and friends*) (*Drake’s emotions). Thanksgivukkah has never been so hilarious* (*over emotional)!
Written and Directed by Monique Moses.
Get ready for some good times at the all-girls improv show Gilda’s Date Night this Sunday at 9:30pm!
Fathers, lock up your sons because all-girl improv is coming to the PIT through the power of Gilda. It’s gonna be a menstruating, lactating, estrogen-filled night of ladies playing dudes being ladies playing dudes.
Tonight’s date is: BROPROV
With special guest panelists Jason Specland and Oscar Montoya!!!
Gilda is Martha Cipolla, Frankie Johnson, Amanda Nicastro, Nikki Plyem, Maura Ruth, Greta Schwartz and Jane Slater.
You wanna see how this lady mourns? Well, she decides to create a solo show! Join us for You’re Doing Great! A Bold-Faced Lie tonight at 7pm!
In August of 2011, Sharon Spell’s parents passed away 18 days apart and from separate causes, and the way they died neither knew about the other’s demise. She and her siblings had to work together as a team that month. Afterward she did what any normal person in mourning would do; she wrote a comedy show about it. So don’t worry, she really is doing great! Now, where’s the bourbon?
Directed by Claire Ayoub.
If you’re up for some holiday-themed sketch comedy - and come on, who isn’t - then come on down to Bridge & Tunnel’s Christmas Spectacular tonight at 9:30pm!
Bridge & Tunnel presents an hour-long holiday revue on the PIT Mainstage. Join them for sketches, stories, and music.
With special guests: Claire Ayoub, Kim Parker, Sarah Wharton & Seth Wharton, Lukas Kaiser, and sketch group The Outfit with Aaron Burdette, Will Cooper, and Caroline Haubold.
Bridge & Tunnel is Kristen Bartlett, Shira Danan, Christiane Egbert, Mike Finazzo, Will Gallagher, Zach Goldbaum, Jason Gore, Michael Romanos and Nathan Wagner.