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SketchHaus is home to an array of experimental, cutting-edge sketch comedy, showcasing innovative formats, original writing and unconventional performances. Carefully curated indie teams from the greater Boston area deliver in-development material, reflecting the raw talents of the New England comedy scene. Be part of Boston's hippest sketch comedy incubator; you never know what you're gonna get!
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NOTE: The first show listed is the headliner, the second show is the opening act. Openhaus happens on every second Thursday and is the free open sketch night show after Sketchhaus.
2/4 Off Ramp with Jo Sulin's We Can Turn This Around | Host: Brianna Classen with Special Guest Star Kwasi Mensah
2/11 Conversations with Body Language with Terrible People | Host: Jordan Handren-Seavey with Special Guest Star Matt Miller
2/25 Accidental Awkwardness with Wild Memory Nation | Host: Tooky Kavanagh with Special Guest Stars Brett Johnson, Christa Weiss, & Emily Ruskowski
SketchHaus Act Descriptions
CONVERSATIONS WITH BODY LANGUAGE: Conversations with Body Language is wordless solo sketch comedy. A loving update to Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, Mike Spara's solo project combines silent film sensibility, modern music and absurdity into a mix-tape for your imagination. A New Orleans-based writer, improviser and sketch comedian, he is also a co-founder of The New Movement New Orleans.
Mike has performed throughout the country with The New Movement, sketch group Stupid Time Machine, and now Conversations with Body Language, including multiple years at New Orleans Fringe, SoundOff Fest, SF Sketch Fest, and more.
"Mike Spara is a mad genius," - Philly Improv Theater.
"Conversations with Body Language is amazing," - Arcade Comedy Theater.
"This changes everything," - Black Friday Comedy Marathon.
OFF RAMP: Off Ramp is a gritty hometown band with a mid-aughts sound speaking emotional truths about real people. Come check out their hits "My Tummy Hurts," "Substitute," and "Super Guy".
WILD MEMORY NATION: Boston's best roving storytelling show, featuring scripted comedy monologues by some of the city's - and country's! - funniest people. Storytellers are given a single topic and then spin their hilarious tales out. Featured everywhere from The Boston Comedy Arts Festival, Johnny D's Comedy Presents, and the Women In Comedy Festival, Wild Memory Nation promises true stories, real funny. This month featuring Emily Ruskowski (The Comedy Studio), Christa Weiss (Boston Comedy Chicks), and Brett Johnson (Brainfox.)
TERRIBLE PEOPLE: Made up of the most aggro sketch comedians in Boston, Terrible People will make you hate yourself for laughing and call your pastor after to apologize. Come drunk and be one of the Terrible People.
ACCIDENTAL AWKWARDNESS: Accidental Awkwardness is back, and this time we're taking on the real issues: cat actors, talking vaginas, and cybersexual history. What's your face gonna be? We'll tell YOU!
WE CAN TURN THIS AROUND: Harold Night Performer, Studio Booth all star, lover of minor league hockey, one half of the mighty MOJO, casual Aaliyah scholar, and now performer/writer/director of her very own one woman show, Jo Sulin truly believes: We Can Turn This Around.
Check out OpenHaus: Boston's only Sketch Open Mic.
Are you a new sketch group that's aching to get some stage time? Are you a veteran sketch group with some brand new material that needs tweaking? Are you just some random dude with a sketch and nobody to perform it with? Welcome to the SketchHaus OpenHaus, Boston's only Sketch Open Mic.
Come test out your material on the last Thursday of every month after SketchHaus. No need to sign up ahead of time, just show up and put your name down! Don't have a group? You can still submit a sketch to be read by sketch performers! Don't have a sketch? Sign up to perform other people's sketches! The best part? Signing up for OpenHaus gets you into SketchHaus, ImprovBoston's home for experimental sketch comedy, 100% free! Make sure you sign up early, the show WILL sell out!