Sketchmageddon is the epic sketch comedy showdown, where truly anything can happen. And we do mean anything!!! Sometimes it's funny, sometimes it's weird, it's always entertaining.
At Festival Fury, some of the best Sketchmageddon competitors will go head to head to head to head... the winner will get there own show later in the festival.
Don't miss this all-out comedy deathmatch!!! It's Saturday Night Live meets Thunderdome.
Mae and Michael
Mae & Michael formed as a team to compete in Sketchmageddon. They wowed audiences and have received a single rave review. They often will message each other random thoughts that taken out of context would seem like a 80s movie villain's fever dream.
On The House
Founded in October 2016, On The House exploded onto the sketch scene with a revelatory Sketchmageddon performance to an audience of 12 in the middle of a snowstorm. Much like the Colossus of Rhodes bestride the rivers of Ancient Greece, On The House has bridged the worlds of sketch comedy and improv comedy. Made up of seasoned performers who are unafraid to be weird and challenging, On The House is a sketch comedy group, but first and foremost a family. Our fun is free and the house is heated. Come on in.
One-Trick Pony is a one woman sketch comedy series featuring Hayley Daniels, a Norfolk Virginia resident. Hayley's "one trick" is rapidly changing wigs."
High quality! Low effort! That's the Skeleton Crew's mission statement. The Skeleton Crew was formed as a team that could compete in Sketchmageddon with very little rehearsal or preparation time. The group creates scene outlines or "skeletons" which it then used to improvise around, which are then turned solidified and turned into finish scenes. This allows them to create 15 to 20 minutes of material in 3 to 4 hours. The group consists of Ed Carden, Matt Cole, Brian Garraty, Rafael Henriquez, Sandy Cardens, Erin Lindstrom, Kerry Kruk, Angel Sanchez, James Roach, plus Heather, and sometimes Adam Paine.