Sunday 3/26 12:00 pm

The Peoples Improv Theater proudly announces the in-person return of SOLOCOM NYC!

Solocom NYC has launched over 400 new solo comedies that have gone on to longer runs, tours and festivals around the world (including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.)

Solocom NYC is a festival of new solo work. All shows presented are 75% – 100% new material, and are created specifically for the festival. NYC Solocom’s goal is to push artists to create a show that is meaningful, personal and to follow the fear.

Click here to purchase a Solocom NYC 2023 Festival Pass!

Sunday, March 26th @ 12:00PM

Allen Enlow// Never Go Against The Family

“Never Go Against The Family”… In Godfather movies you got killed for that. Hear how Allen goes against HIS family. Worse than death. He has to live with them!

Rachel Niswander// Statistically Insignificant

Rachel Niswander is an analyst and silly goose who is, let’s face it, statistically insignificant. Nevertheless, she’s noticed a lot of significant things about life that she’s excited to share her analytical take on through stand-up, characters, and sketch!

Natalya Nyn// Natalya’s Weird and It’s Fine.

Natalya grew up in a Free Love Commune, made clothing for celebrities, was a volunteer EMT and her opener is an alien. It’s Fine. Does she brag about being on a house sketch team at the People’s improv theater? You’ll have to find out!!!

Dr. Bryan Stoops// Celebrity Girlfriend Draft

Bryan Stoops is a NYC-based comedian who has performed in some of the top clubs in the City (The Comic Strip Live, Broadway Comedy Club, Stand-Up New York) Los Angeles (The Comedy Store, Flappers, The Comedy Chateau), and San Diego (Mic Drop Comedy Club). As a comedian, Bryan works mostly clean (PG-13ish) and he wants his audiences to be comfortable to laugh, forget their troubles for a while, and connect with him. Bryan’s show is filled with material about his wife and kids, observational comedy, absurdism, and lots of movie references. Bryan wants his audiences to leave his show thinking, “Wow, my face and abs hurt from laughing AND I feel like I know something about that guy!”

Ellie Bell// Somewhere to Scream

Charlie is having a bad time. So bad, in fact, that all they want to do is scream. Not just a scream into a pillow, not a stifled yell, but a full-body, uninhibited scream. Unfortunately, places for that are hard to come by in NYC. Join Charlie as they search high and low for somewhere to scream.