Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Cell Camp on Midwest Media Now!

The cast of Cell Camp talks to Sean McMenemy on the internet audio podcast Midwest Media Now! about juggling work and art, pitching your characters to your group, and just how many swear words can be spoke before 7am!

Listen to the entire podcast here

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Life Imitates Art

In New York, a 15-year old girl has fallen into a manhole while she was texting on her phone. Her parents are suing the city. Her name is Alexa. In response to the workmen’s apology after they helped her out of the hole, she said “They were just, like, ‘I’m sorry! I’m sorry!’”

"Like, Help!", which premiered in Cell Camp's "Social Graceless" sketch comedy revue in April, tells the tale of a teenage girl (Charlisa) who falls into a manhole. Her friend Sreena attempts to get help from a passerby, who finds it hard to understand her teen lingo. Sreena complains, “We should, like, sue the city!”

We are watching the headlines for the first automated drive thru.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Cell Camp Selected for Shadowbox Sketch Comedy Festival!

Shadowbox producers have selected Cell Camp and 5 other troupes to participate in their first annual Sketch Comedy Festival, July 21 and 22 at their sketch comedy and rock ‘n' roll club located at the Easton Town Center in Columbus, OH.

The two-day festival will feature special guest, original Saturday Night Live cast member Garret Morris.

Tickets are $10 for Day One, $20 for Day Two, $25 Two-Day-All-Access Pass.

For information and reservation call the Shadowbox Box Office at 614-416-7625 or go online to