Ladies are killing it in sketch comedy right now.
By Kimberly Lew (Playwright/Blogger)
Sketch comedy in general is pretty awesome right now-- there's the always hilarious Key and Peele and Kroll Show that have both become consistently funny displays of comedic talent. But women are especially killing it, not only proving that women can be hilarious but that they can also have some smart things to say through comedy. The two shows with very funny ladies at the forefront?
And the ladies of SNL:
Tune in, guys! There's a lot of funny being served up by ladies as of late, and hopefully there's only more to come.
KIMBERLY LEW is a playwright with two published one-act plays for high schools, as well as full-length Searching for Candi (co-written with Gabriella Miyares), which debuted at Mt. Holyoke college. Her play, Other People's Children, was featured as a part of The Beautiful Soup Theater Collective's new works reading series and was a semi-finalist for the 2012 O'Neill Playwrights Conference and Ashland New Play Festival. Her latest play, The Memory Queen, received a reading at The New Ohio in January 2013. She also created/manages the Emerging Musical Theatre blog, and has had her writing featured on The Toast, The Billfold, and Publishing Trends. www.kimberlylew.com
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