Welcome To Camp!
Welcome to Camp, GUYS!!!! This is the first day of overnight camp and you are going to love it. Camp is the most amazing place in the world, and you will fit in right away. You'll be in Bunk Radcliffe this Summer--THE BEST BUNK IN CAMP! I hope you packed your flashlights, your mixtapes, your softball gloves and your imaginations, because the Summer of 2011 will surely go down in the books!
Abbi Jacobson (Broad City) takes you through a journey of your first day of overnight camp, introducing you to the vast array of characters that inhabit Camp Kweebec.
Written and performed by Abbi Jacobson
Directed by Matt Mayer
"If Jacobson hadn't created a feel of participation and merely presented each character and scenario, "Welcome To Camp" probably wouldn't have been nearly so entertaining. Instead, because of great characterisation and solid directing (Matt Mayer), Jacobson has created a piece that feels right at home beside "Salute Your Shorts" and the like, providing for me, at least, one more entertaining substitution to fill the void of a childhood ill-spent."
"Through a series of pitch-perfect and decidedly un-campy characters, Abbi welcomes us to first day of overnight camp at Camp Kweebec. Abbi and her director Matt Mayer have captured the awkward brilliance of a summer lived in bunks. Thanks to Abbi, we can go back and this time, look ma! no bites!"
BÅF: Itâ€™s Pronounced â€˜Boafâ€™!
Theyâ€™re back and theyâ€™re taking names*! Mamrie Hart and Stephen Soroka are BÅF, a two-person sketch group that specializes in fast paced wordplay. Come get to know this unapologetically silly duo in their BRAND NEW SHOW! Nominated for â€œBest Sketch Comedy Groupâ€ at the 2009 ECNY Awards! Come join the madcap, screwball party!
* Of bars with reasonably priced cocktails. Letâ€™s go get a drink!
Starring Mamrie Hart & Steve Soroka
Directed by Mike Still
"Every sketch comprises mouthfuls of wordy repartee of which few words are ever wasted; each line serves a practical purpose. Jokes are both set up and called back in ways you rarely anticipate or, ironically, are so damned obvious and cheesy that you can't help but surrender a laugh."
"In their latest show, â€œBoF: Itâ€™s Pronounced Boaf!â€ the duo combines upbeat dancing, dreams of pop stardom, the trials of unemployment, and the importance of Lifetime movies in a delightful and hilarious show."