It’s All That meets Who’s Line is it Anyway! Breaking Curfew blends the best of improv and sketch into a show that the whole family can enjoy! This ensemble cast brings the laughs whether they’re pre-written or not.
In the tradition of “In Living Color” and “MadTV” comes an edgy urban sketch comedy program for a modern crowd. With a hip, versatile ensemble, it’s the funniest show not starring a Wayans.
Managing by: Practical Folks
James Bishop is stuck. Instead of law school like he planned, he’s managing his uncle’s apartment building full of sad middle-aged people in Michigan. His best friend and fellow James, “JAJ”, adds to his troubles by doing an awful job as their maintenance man before he leaves for a new job in New York. Even worse, Bishop’s antisocial gamer cousin just became co-manager but would rather work on her guild than anything in real life. Together with their Mormon college friend Joel who’s busy looking for love, these four twenty-somethings are stuck managing the shift into adulthood, whether they like it or not.
MATINEE IDOLS is a workplace comedy following the misadventures of a group of small movie theater employees and their hapless boss, Marc. Directed by Andy Goldblatt, Written by Helen Harlan, and staring a talented group of young comedians – including a then unknown Steve Agee – it was produced for a directing workshop at UCLA’S School of Television in 2002. It is based on Goldblatt and Harlan’s mutual memories of working at the NuArt Theater in West LA when they were both undergraduate Theater Majors at UCLA.
A travel show following the misadventures of Henry, the always enthusiastic and informative host, as he tours America’s breweries, vineyards and distilleries. In this pilot, Henry visits the Danish town of Solvang, CA, and tours a local winery.
Math/computer geeks seek their fortunes on Wall Street. Daniel and Paix discover that the stock exchange they developed for trading good deeds is being used to trade sexual favors.
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