Featuring 2-MAN NO-SHOW (Toronto), Sistine Robot (DC), and Honey (NYC)
The District Improv Festival
About Featuring 2-MAN NO-SHOW (Toronto), Sistine Robot (DC), and Honey (NYC)
2-MAN NO-SHOW (Toronto) - One of the hottest Canadian acts around, the absurd and unpredictable tag-team improv duo of Isaac Kessler and Ken Hall take you on a bizarre ride of undefinably funny comedy. Tired of talking heads? So are we. Using their charismatic charm, manic delivery, and balls to the walls physicality, 2-MAN NO-SHOW creates a whimsical and fantastical world of heart-felt characters connecting in genuine and hilariously unexpected ways.
Sistine Robot (DC) – Sistine Robot is one of the Washington, D.C area’s longest-running independent longform improv teams. The Robots have taken the stage at Washington Improv Theater, the Baltimore Improv Festival, the District Improv Festival, the Providence Improv Festival, and the Del Close Marathon. They host the venerable monthly show “Enjoy an Appletini with Sistine Robot” in the basement of a local gay bar. With a style that is both smart and silly, Sistine Robot is proof that robots CAN learn to love.
Honey (NYC) – Honey is a group of six friends from NYC that takes inspiration from each other on and off stage. Honey’s longform presentation is an exercise in love and silliness, two things they love to see more of on stage. An official selection of the over 30 festivals in large cities over the past seven years, Honey is one of the most well-traveled NYC improv teams.