SisterWives Sketch SisterWives Sketch

with special guest Emmy Blotnick

Thu July 11th, 2019


The Gallery

Minimum Age: 21+

Doors Open: 7:00PM

Show Time: 7:30PM

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SisterWives is your friendly neighborhood sketch group here to break your brain with unapologetically weirdo characters and wild situations to help you laugh at this dumb world no one asked for. They’ve performed at venues all over NYC including Brooklyn Comedy Collective, UCB, Magnet Theater and in festivals such as NY Sketch Fest, Philly Sketchfest Film Fest, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe later this year. Visit sisterwivescomedy.com to check them out!

SisterWives includes Sterling Mulbry (Netflix and IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang!), Brandon Follick (Reductress), Emily Draper (Magnet Theater House Sketch), Heather Cook (A&R Factory), and Blair Peyton (SiriusXM).

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SisterWives Sketch

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Sterling Mulbry is a comedy writer and performer living in New York City. After majoring in film and theater at the University of Southern California (yes, her mom paid for her to get in), she moved to New York where she studied improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade. Professionally, Sterling works in television, programming your dad’s favorite nature documentaries. In addition, she has worked on the TV shows Comedy Bang! Bang! and House of Cards. She also might be in one informercial.

Brandon Follick is a comedian, writer, and performer originally from the Poconos and now resides in NYC, which is so brave of him. He has taken courses at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in the advanced improv and advanced sketch writing programs. He writes regularly for humor sites such as Reductress, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and FLEXX Mag. Brandon graduated from Penn State where he studied Biology. His undergrad research is published because he’s not a sham! When he’s not around town doing sketch, improv, or stand-up, he’s absolutely watching TV while on Twitter @follickacid

Emily Draper is a writer from a very fancy part of New Jersey. She started writing sketch comedy and doing stand-up at the College of William and Mary in 2014. When she moved to New York, she studied improv and sketch at the Magnet Theater and UCB. In addition to SisterWives, Emily is a writer/performer on Magnet Theater’s sketch team Newport. Professionally, Emily writes commercials for crayons and sandwiches. She also makes a mean lentil soup.

Rising from the manure of Woodstown, NJ, Heather Cook is a writer and musician living in New York City. Her formal training includes Upright Citizens Brigade, the People’s Improv Theater, and several hours of drunken two-prov on St. Patty’s Day in 2017. Also a singer/songwriter, you can find Heather’s original music featured on New Noise Magazine, A&R Factory, Girl Gang Music, and more on HeatherCookClub.com. When she’s not singing bummer ballads, Heather can also be found working at NBC and appealing to no one on Twitter at @heathercarolynn.

Blair Peyton is a Producer, Performer and Podcaster living in New York City and originally from Roanoke, Virginia. Blair studied improv at the Second City in Chicago and UCB in NYC. Outside Sisterwives, Blair is a member of the short form improv troupe Rufus Khan and host of the podcast You Go First, available on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify & Stitcher. Also, Blair is the writer, producer and co-star of the web sitcom Two Dimes. Professionally, Blair works for SiriusXM Satellite Radio as a Producer and celebrity gawker.

special guest Emmy Blotnick

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Emmy Blotnick is a comedian and writer based in New York. Her half hour standup special will air on Comedy Central later this year. Currently she is Head Writer/Co-Executive Producer of The President Show on Comedy Central. Previously, Emmy wrote for The Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe, Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, Comedy Central’s @midnight with Chris Hardwick, TruTV’s Billy On The Street, MTV’s Nikki & Sara Live, Vh1’s Best Week Ever and others. As a performer, Emmy was named one of Comedy Central’s Comics To Watch and Time Out New York’s Women of Comedy. She has appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, @midnight and in the Comedy Central web series New Timers. Emmy is originally from Boston, but regretfully has no accent or bar-fighting experience.

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