The Groundlings: Teen Witch: The Musical with Jordan Black, H Michael Croner, Stephanie Courtney, Tom Lenk, Artemis Pebdani, Amy Procacci, Nicole Sciacca, Colleen Smith and Mike Zara / My (Musical) OK Cupid Date, Hosted by Ali Reingold (SOLD OUT)
Jordan Black is a former writer for "Saturday Night Live," the creator of "The Black Version" and an alum of the Groundlings Improv Theater. He has been a series regular on several shows including "Punk'd" and "Halfway Home" on Comedy Central. His voice has been heard on "South Park" and "The Cleveland Show" and he’s been seen and heard on "Arrested Development," "Family Tree," "Community," "Key & Peele," "2 Broke Girls," "How I Met... Read More →
Stephanie Courtney is an Aquarius from Burbank. Film credits include "Blades of Glory," "The Brothers Solomon," "The Heart Break Kid," and "For Your Consideration." TV credits include "Mad Men," "The Comeback," "House" and "Tom Goes to the Mayor." She also plays Flo the enthusiastic cashier for Progressive Insurance.
H Michael Croner is an writer/actor based in Los Angeles. Currently he can be seen on Comedy Central's "Review," MTV's "Mary & Jane" as well as writing and voicing multiple characters on DisneyXD's "Pickle and Peanut." H Michael is also a main company member in The Groundlings Theater where he recently finished a six month stint directing the weekly sketch show "Thank Goodness It's Sunday."
Not all booty calls end with booty!Back in 2011, during the height of the OK Cupid phenomenon in the Bay Area, Oakland resident Jacob Russell-Snyder went online looking for lust and found something much worse. In order to recover from that traumatic evening, Jacob did the only thing he could. He turned the world's most awful first date into a musical. “My (Musical) OK Cupid Date” has played to sold out houses at ImprovBoston, The... Read More →
Tom Lenk is a SAG Award-winning actor, known for his work on numerous projects written/directed by Joss Whedon including “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and its spin-off, “Angel,” and the movies Cabin in the Woods and Much Ado About Nothing. He can also be seen in the films Argo, Transformers, and the much-anticipated Girls Will Be Girls sequel. Other television credits include "Transparent," “Episodes,&rdquo... Read More →
Artemis Pebdani grew up in Houston, Texas, and she received her BFA in Theatre from Southern Methodist University. She continued her studies at the Dell 'Arte International School of Physical Theatre and then just about every improv and sketch school in Los Angeles. She's done a whole lot of TV and not that many movies. If you recognize her, it's probably from "Scandal" or "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" or "Masters of Sex."
Amy Procacci is an alum of The Groundlings Sunday Company and IO West and is currently a promo writer/producer for NBC's “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
Ali is a comedian and writer based in Portland, Oregon. She was a semi-finalist in the 2015 Portland’s Funniest Person contest and can be seen co-hosting Get Wet, a weekly stand-up show at Splash Bar in downtown Portland. Ali has performed in venues all over the country and will be evoking guttural laughs at the All Jane Comedy Festival in Portland and at the Hell Yes Fest in New Orleans this October. She once yelled at the father of the... Read More →
Nicole Sciacca is an actress, dancer, yoga teacher and mom. Her Groundlings credits include "The Naut" and "Teen Witch". She has appeared in "Glee", "How I Met Your Mother", "Eli Stone". Film credits include "Get Him to the Greek", "Southland Tales", "Bedtime Stories", "Rent", "Callback" and "Austin Powers in Goldmember". She has 15+ years of Motion capture experience and worked on "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow", "Red Dead Redemption... Read More →
Colleen Smith is a Groundlings Sunday Company alum. Her television credits include “The Office”, “How I Met Your Mother", “Selfie”, “Neighbors”, “King of the Hill” and “The Showbiz Show with David Spade”. She is the co-director and star of "Teen Witch the Musical!", a staged version of the 80's cult classic, and of “The Smith Brown Project”, a two woman show which ran at The Comedy Central Stage, UCB and The Groundlings... Read More →
Mike Zara is the co-director of “Teen Witch: The Musical!”, a staged version of the 80’s cult classic. He’s currently a writer on the TNT series, Major Crimes. Mike is also the creator of “Just Say” Julie Brown’s parody girl group, The Prostitunes, and wrote their comedy pop single, “Hey Psycho! (Do U Recycle?)”.