Each year the Austin Sketch Fest production team sits downs and thinks back on all the things they regret from the past year, then to make themselves feel better, they think back on their favotire sketches from the past year. These are those sketches.
James Adomian is a writer / performer from Los Angeles. He is also the headliner of this year's Austin Sketch Fest! He was nice enough to chat with one of our producers about his process and his now famous Bernie Sanders impression. Read about it all in this edition of the ASF Hot Seat.
Jasmine Pierce and Taryn Englehart are great, like really great. They also happen to work for Reductress, which is one of the best places on the internet that just so happens to be the first and only satirical women's magazine. We sat down (well emailed) with Jasmine and Taryn to get some insight into what their process is like.
Keith Horvath is the director for North American Field Guide, House of 1000 Sketches, and This is (Not) the Gayest Show You'll Ever See. So he's pretty busy this week. But he took time to talk to us for the ASF Hot Seat.
Tantrum is a sketch group who's motto is DON'T BE BORING that performs at The Pack Theatre in LA. We can ensure you that their show at this year's Austin Sketch Fest won't be boring. Check out their answers to our Hot Seat interview and check them out Friday, May 26th at 10:00 PM at Spider House Ballroom!
"If you see something say something". This phrase is usually saved for suspicious packages, like backpacks on the New York City subway but when we say this Backpack we knew we had to say something. Find out what they had to say in their ASF Hot Seat Interview!