We Are Little Boys / Kissing Disease
The We Are Little Boys improv festival experience is a live show in which We Are Little Boys do a variety of segments, live, improvised, based on audience suggestion.
We do an audience interview, then a monoscene based off of that, which starts off low-energy and generally ends up in an insane, wild place.
We also do a form, as demonstrated in our "chimprov" video, where we play characters as per audience suggestion. They give us a character, and we play them, in an absurd scene. Depending on the length of our set and the timeslot/requirements, we will do this and the first segment.
At the end of most of our shows, we like to run into the audience, pull them onto the stage, play overhead music and have an all-out dance party. At our last PIT show in November, we shot off confetti in the theatre. We won't be doing that again (too much mess!), but that's the type of atmosphere we like demonstrating at our shows.
We Are Little Boys is Jameson Doris and Ethan Beach
Are you down with the sickness? Kissing Disease is a six-man monoscene team, looking to bring you an original one-act play based off the suggestion of anything at all. Watch out, you just might catch something.
Kissing Disease is Dustin Barzell, J.W. Crump, Jeremy Parker, Giancarlo Osaben, Mark Stetson, and Joel Straley
The Peoples Improv Theater (View)
123 East 24th Street
NY, NY 10010