This Saturday FCI’s Willis hosts special guests WHITE WOMEN (Los Angeles Team) in the 7:30 block.
**White Women** is a sketch group comprised of seven black men, and they have created a DOPE new sketch show that is impossible to sleep on, because they won’t stop doing backflips on your mattress. GET TICKETS
White Women is:
Ronnie Adrian (Key and Peele, Comedy Bang Bang)
Lamar Woods (Northside Comedy, The Tokens)
Ify Nwadiwe (Key and Peele, Spinners)
Zeke Nicholson (MTVs Fast Food Heights, Harold Night)
Ishmel Sahid (Funny Or Die, Ishmel Productions)
Majeed Nami (Marriage Material, Funny or Die Net Neutrality)
Carl Tart (Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Boom! Chicago)
Ft. SPECIAL GUEST WHITE WOMAN: ALANA JOHNSTON
Laura Eichhorn and Pepper Berry are a two person long form slow-play improv comedy team that takes a single suggestion from the audience and uses it to perform a one act play at times playing multiple characters within the story.
Laura Eichhorn is a multi-talented actress and writer based in Los Angeles. Laura co-wrote and starred in “Ronnie and Lorraine’s Last Reunion” at Second City Hollywood, a two-person 1970’s style variety show. Her TV performing credits include Bones, Medium and Eli Stone. Laura honed her writing and improv chops at Second City Hollywood, and currently performs around Los Angeles with her two person improv group, “Virginia Slims.” Laura can be seen in the web series Millennial Parents, numerous videos on College Humor and Funny or Die, and recently wrote and performed in Ignorance is THIS at Second City Hollywood.
Pepper Berry is a graduate of The Second City’s Conservatory and Long form programs, iO West, UCB, Comedy Sportz, and The Nerdist, he is a cast member of The Second City Hollywood’s long running Really Awesome Improv Show, a past member of The Second City House Ensemble, iO West Harold Teams B-Side and (nebraska) and past Nerdist House teams U.N. Jefferson and Mulligan. He is currently a teacher and director at Second City Hollywood.
Virginia Slims is hosted by Mutiny, which performs their monthly show REWIND: Class of ’88 this Saturday. REWIND is an improvised ’80s teen movie!GET TICKETS