Acid Bath

Starting from a discussion based on an audience member’s suggestion, Lucas Hazlett (PIT, UCB, Nobody’s Token) and Matthew Meyer (UCB, Dependable Felons ) go on an improvised journey through their collective minds to discover deeper truths based on the themes explored in the “bath.”  By revisiting and heightening scenes, the two improvisers hope to come out the other end with a better understanding of themselves and the world.

Tickets for this performance are still available!



About the Group:

Lucas Hazlett is a writer and performer who can be seen Wednesday nights at the PIT with Stranger. He has studied improv and sketch at the Peoples Improv Theater and Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and has appeared at the Del Close Marathon, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, Baltimore Improv Festival, Boston Improv Festival, Toronto Improv Festival, Philadelphia Improv Festival, Frigid Festival, SketchProv and Duofest. Other credits include the “Soul Glo Project” at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, “White Wines” directed by Kurt Braunohler and Laura Sheedy, Kevin Allison’s RISK! Podcast and guest improviser with legendary improv group Centralia.

Matthew Meyer is a writer and performer for Dependable Felons LLC. He began his love affair with the art of comedy in the mid-nineties, watching Kids in the Hall, Mr. Show, The Simpsons, and listening to George Carlin and Richard Pryor albums. He regularly performs stand-up and sketch comedy at various venues around the country. Matthew studied improvisation and sketch writing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in the City of New York. He currently lives in Brooklyn, and shares a birthday with Virginia Woolf, Alicia Keys, and The Honky Tonk Man.

Hometown: New York, NY/Philadelphia, PA
Home Theatre: The Peoples Improv Theater (The PIT)

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