G.U.S. / Starkey & Grace
In 2012, the world ended. Three men managed to survive the apocalypse that destroyed mankind by hiding out in a Generic Underground Shelter. Trapped beneath the earth, they are our species' best chance at survival... And it's entirely improvised...
Created, developed, and performed by Nick Carrillo, Langston Belton, and Devin James Heater, G.U.S. is a post-apocalyptic improvised comedy. It explores the relationship between three men who, after an apocalyptic event, have been trapped underground together for weeks, months, or, most likely, years. It premiered at The Factory in 2012 and has since made its home at The People's Improv Theater in New York.
Nate Starkey and Chris Grace take two-man improv to heights (and depths) where the artform has never gone before, and will never go again. You may laugh, you may cry, you may smile, you may sigh, but you'll never be the same again.
The Peoples Improv Theater (View)
123 East 24th Street
New York, NY 10010