“The group came together after meeting at the Upright Citizens Brigade back in 2016 and has been performing together since.”
WHO: Sterling Mulbry: Performer
WHAT: “NYC’s acclaimed sketch group travels across the pond to perform their outrageously funny jam-packed show… and escape the authorities. Join their Edinburgh debut where they’ll prove that Americans really are the worst! SisterWives features the comedic performer/writer talents of Sterling Mulbry (Comedy Bang! Bang!), Brandon Follick (Reductress), Emily Draper (Magnet Theater), Heather Cook (A&R Factory) and Blair Peyton (SiriusXM).”
WHERE: theSpace @ Surgeons Hall – Haldane Theatre (Venue 53)
WHEN: 17:25 (45 min)
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Is this your first time to Edinburgh?
This is our first time performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe! We are beyond excited to be part of the Festival and to see all the other fantastic shows this year.
What’s the biggest thing to have happened to you since Festivals ’18?
This past year we have been writing and performing various iterations of our show all across New York City from famed venues including the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, founded by Amy Poehler, and the Brooklyn Comedy Collective. As we tweak our show and prepare for Fringe, we have also been releasing fun and snack-able sketch videos on our YouTube channel.
Tell us about your show.
The show How To Hide A Body In New York was written and produced by all five performers, Sterling Mulbry (Comedy Bang! Bang!), Brandon Follick (Reductress), Emily Draper (Magnet Theater), Heather Cook (A&R Factory) and Blair Peyton (SiriusXM). The group came together after meeting at the Upright Citizens Brigade back in 2016 and has been performing together since. The show will be premiering in Edinburgh, but pieces of it have been workshopped in venues all over New York. After Edinburgh, we hope to continue performing the show for new audiences in both America and beyond!
What should your audience see at the festivals after they’ve seen your show?
We are huge fans of New York comedians Catherine Cohen and Pheobe Robinson and highly recommend their shows. Check out Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous at the Pleasance Courtyard and Phoebe Robinson: Sorry, Harriet Tubman at Assembly George Square Studios.
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