As my final semester as a Puget Sound student comes to a close, I thought I’d post about one of my favorite things I participated in as an undergrad: Ubiquitous They Sketch Comedy. This group is my family away from family. Every semester, we put on a comedy show written, directed, and acted by students. Tech week is terrible, being in Rausch’s tiny theater 6 to midnight every day… but in reality I love every minute. Getting to spend so much time with such genuinely good and funny people has defined my Puget Sound experience.
BUT ENOUGH WITH THE CHEESE. Let’s get to the funny stuff. Here’s a look at my final sketch show with UT Sketch Comedy — UT Presents: I ate a nickle!
The fantastic poster advertising the show, designed by senior and sketch mom Michelle Leatherby
It finally feels like spring! So to celebrate the change of weather, here’s some photos from our week of sun.
My cute friends Maia Raeder, Carly Brock, and Rachel Kalman enjoying the sun and a cancelled class!
Maia (my housemate and pal!) & Maddie 🙂
Every semester, I’m lucky enough to be able to put on a sketch comedy show with my family away from family, Ubiquitous They. Last semester, our show titled “UT Presents: Living in Garbage” was a huge success and featured something a little different: a video sketch!
Our awesomely gross logo for the show’s posters, courtesy of Michelle Leatherby
Fellow senior Michelle Leatherby wrote a sketch titled “The Real Oregon Trail” and it’s exactly what it sounds like. The script features some colorful characters making the trek out west with one twist: it’s a reality show. So the cast and the camera crew hiked out to China Lake Park and got shooting, costumed and all. Here’s some photos from filming!
Jedediah (Darrin Schultz) and Beth (Sophie Schwartz), the parents of the group