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The gals of Saint Nancy bring you their favorite teams and comedians from around the city!  
Come join your favorite all-girl Improv team as they host a brand new variety show! We got Stand Up! We got Sketch! And that’s right baby, we got Improv!  Like any bouquet of delights, it’s mostly handsome
Sketch. Improv. Comedy.
Stupid Time Machine is a New Orleans-based comedy group known for their irreverent sketch revues and stone cold improv shows.
Stupid Time Machine is a New Orleans-based comedy group known for their irreverent sketch revues and stone cold improv shows.  STM has traveled for years performing in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Austin, and other great cities bringing their unique brand of comedy to the masses as well as being featured on websites like Funny or Die.  “The Machine”, as no one calls it, was once referred to by The Wall Street Journal as a “must see group”.  The groups’ members also teach improv and sketch comedy in New Orleans out of the theater they co-founded, The New Movement.  They can be found at their website stupidtimemachine.com or on twitter @STMcomedy.
rude., a New Orleans-based multimedia sketch duo comprising Colleen Allerton and Lauren LaBorde, is known for delivering a high-energy show combining live sketch comedy, videos, improvised stand-up and sometimes, choreographed dance routines.
 
Colleen Allerton and Lauren LaBorde are rude., a New Orleans-based multimedia sketch duo that delivers a high-energy show combining live sketch comedy, videos, improvised stand-up and sometimes, choreographed dance routines. rude.’s live performances are characterized by an “in-your-face style … with skewering sketches and video shorts” (Cate Root, Times Picayune | nola.com) and a “unique and beautiful affection [they bring] to the stage every time they are together” (Sophie Lucido Johnson, HellYesFest.com). Together they created the viral video “My Purse, My Choice,” which received over 400,000 views and was featured on MSNBC, The Today Show, CNN, The New York Times and your mother’s Facebook page. They debuted their sketch show “Not Here to Make Friends” at the 2013 Hell Yes Fest, and since then have performed their multimedia sketch shows to packed houses in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Austin and elsewhere.