Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company
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The Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company brings the very best of its New York City and Los Angeles theatres to our stage. See the comedic stars of today and tomorrow from the theatre that brought you comedy greats Horatio Sanz, Amy Poehler, Rob Corddry, Ed Helms, MTV’s Human Giant, The Daily Show’s Rob Riggle, and more. The performers include:
James III – James is a co-host of the podcast, “Black Men Can’t Jump [In Hollywood]” and has developed content for Comedy Central Digital and Hearst Digital/Seriously.TV. He has a recurring role on the Seriously.TV show, Thanksgiving and starred in The Adventures of Jamel: The Time Traveling B-Boy web series.
Caroline Cotter – Caroline has studied at UCB since 2009 and is an actor on the UCB House Sketch team, One Idiot. Past UCB sketch show credits include: “Dorothy Goes to Hollywood,” “Ocean’s Lake,” “The 2017 Tony Awardz,” and Maude night on the teams Ripley and One Idiot.
Patrick Noth – Patrick is a New York City-based performer, writer, director, and musician who has appeared on Comedy Central, MTV, IFC, and TV Land. He has an Emmy nomination for his work on the cartoon series Pale Force, a recurring sketch on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. He began studying at the Upright Citizens Brigade in 2009 and is a proud performer and teacher at UCB.
Molly Thomas – Molly is an improviser, actor, and writer based in New York City. She currently performs once a month with “We Know How You Die!” at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. She starred Off-Broadway in the world premiere of “Breathing Time”. Molly has been featured in videos on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Above Average, UCB Comedy, Nickelodeon, and MTV.
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