On the 1st Wednesday at every month – The Pack brings you one of its most popular sketch comedy teams – TANTRUM!
Tantrum members have been featured or worked on Future Man, The Birthday Boys, Nathan For You, Silicon Valley and more!
Michael Chap Resnick
Directed by Jake Goldman (The Powerpuff Girls, Futurama)
“What A Character?!?” show features some of the best comedic actors at The PACK and in all of LA that do characters. We also have a monthly “Guest Host Of Honor” and a few guest casts each month from The PACK character class alumni. If you enjoy our show, take Jeff Sloniker’s character class to be eligible for a guest spot. Please follow www.instagram.com/whatacharacter_ for new character videos from the “What A Character?!?” team weekly.
Touted as the female Kids in the Hall for millennials, this sketch group features big characters, dynamic videos, witty intellect mixed with poop humor, and just a dollop of feminism.
They’ve recently performed at NYC SketchFest, SF Sketchfest, Sacramento Comedy Festival, and were featured on America’s Got Talent. Plus their comedy videos have received national attention from sites like Funny or Die, WhoHaha, and Comedy Cake.
Featuring Andra Moldav, Kate Rappoport, Nicky Urban, Julia Bartlett, Kandice Martellaro, and monthly guest performers. Directed by Curtis Rainsberry (The Midnight Show, Key & Peele).
Townies: The Improvised Play
(Blake Rosier, Bill O’Neill, Eileen O’Connell, Eli Magers, Dianna Lee, Dan Kerry)
Townies is a fully improvised, one act play that takes place in a fictional town, city, or place suggested by YOU! That’s right! Off an audience member’s suggestion, our team of seasoned improvisers build an entire world on the spot without scripts or direction. It’s a brand new play full of wit and whimsey where unrealized passions, unspoken secrets, and hilarious antics are revealed.
Elyssa Phillips (Tantrum), Elizabeth Hayhurst (Haymaker) and Drew Hobbs (The Packchelorette) bring you “Chopping Block Comedy”, where they get a writer from TV/New Media to guest-host a show where they put on their rejected sketches, tell their story (why they never saw the light of day, juicy fun behind-the-scene tidbits, etc), and then watch them performed (or be in them!).
They might even start & stop them mid-scene to explain why certain moments did or did not work!
Then stay for a Q&A with the writer!