April 11 Sunday 6pm Improv Comedy Off Broadway Times Square NYC Discount Tickets, Cast

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After a year of ZOOM class and shows, the cast of EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH Improv is excited to return Off Broadway, Times Square NYC. Saturdays April 10 at 3pm will be the troupes first public show since March 12, 2020. The show will include skits and songs improvised based on audience suggestions. A number of games require more audience participation, however – at least for this first weekend – we will not be inviting audience on stage. The show’s climatic finish is a mini Broadway Musical improvised form a single word.

YOUR SAFETY and the safety of our cast, crew and staff is our biggest concern.

Seating will occur 2:45-3pm. No one arriving after 3:05 will be allowed into the theater. Groups of up to 6 may sit together. All groups will be separated from other groups by a safe distance. Temperature checks and contact tracing info will be collected at the theater entrance. Masks must be worn when not eating/drinking.

4/11 Sunday 6pm Cast

Walt Frasier, Member since 2002, TV credits include Billions (CBS),  Friends of the People (TruTV), Blue Bloods (CBS) Royal Pains (USA), Lilyhammer (NETFLIX),Naked Brothers Band (NICK), Fat Pants (Dr. Oz Promo), Late Night with David Letterman (9 eps), Hair Trauma (2 eps, WE). Walter is a New Yorker since 1997, but grew up in Maryland, getting his theatrical start in Washington DC area.  Walter has also performed internationally in theater, music and even Opera.

Laurice Fattal, member since 2002, has worked in casting, directing, and writing with professional companies based out of  NYC, MD and DC. Laurice has written and performed in dozens of sketch comedy digital shorts for LMAONYC. Other credits include the Indie short mockumentary: P.O.O.P: The Movie, Writer/Director of The Top 8 at Eight (original web series), Fox & Friends. Musicals/Operas: Amahl and the Night Visitors (Riverside Opera NYC), 27 Santa’s & and Elf Called Kevin, The Phantom Tollbooth – By Sheldon Harnick, The Lounge @ Under St. Marks. In  addition to developing the concept for “Eight is NEVER Enough!”,  she is thrilled to be the co-founder of “IMPROV 4 Kids!” and Bully Assemblies NY  – both are outreach programs that currently tour K-12 schools.

Evan Schultz , Member since 2009, TV/Film: 30 Rock, Law and Order, Gossip Girls, Fringe, Cupid, When in Rome. This New York native is a graduate of Wagner College with a BA in Theatre Performance as well as Voice and Speech. Off Broadway: LMAO, Isabelle and the Pretty-Ugly Spell, The Gayest Christmas Pageant Ever. Off-Off Broadway: Lost Boys or an Awfully Big Adventure, JAR’D, Isabelle and the Pretty-Ugly Spell, Hollywood-Hollywood!, Booth! The Musical, Dickens Condensed. Regional Theatre: Shrek The Musical, Jekyll and Hyde, Seussical The Musical, A Wonderful Life, Grand Hotel, Into The Woods, James And The Giant Peach, The Wizard Of Oz, Harry Connick Jr’s The Happy Elf, Sleeping Beauty, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Touring Theatre: Improv4Kids, Charlotte’s Web, 1776, A Christmas Carol. Thank you to all for the love and support!

Nathan Armstrong (Member since 2011, On The Spot Producer) has been seen in many productions, including tours of Phantom, Brigadoon, and Richard Sherman and Milt Larson’s new musical Pazzazz!  Other regional credits include Buddy, the Buddy Holly Story, Guys and Dolls, Anything Goes, Big River, and Joseph… He is also on the soundtrack for the feature  film Rock Slyde and has performed in venues worldwide, from the Hilton Hawaiian Village to festivals in the Czech Republic and Hungary. In addition to producing, Nathan has vast experience in corporate management and sales.

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