About the show
Don’t blink. Blink and you’re … dead. Celebrate the season of shadows with a good old fashioned improvised monster mash. Spooky Doings and Who-prov NYC are teaming up to bring you an improv crossover event filled with horror, sci-fi, monsters, courage, foolishness, murder, and more. We guarantee this one will have you hiding behind your couch… laughing.
Don’t turn your back. Don’t look away. And don’t blink. Good luck.
Spooky Doings is an improvised show by those who love horror. Whether it’s movies, tv, books, video games, and more – if it’s spooky, it’s fair game. This long-running monthly horror event features a rotating cast of characters telling true tales of the macabre that will fright you and delight you. Founded by Rick Guzman, Spooky Doings is the Triple Crown’s longest running show (probably) and has also appeared at The Magnet Theater and People’s Improv Theater. Find them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Spooky-Doings-Improv-1662207257398687/
Next stop: everywhere! Who-prov NYC is a Doctor Who inspired improv team that brings Whovians and comedians from across the fandom together for a timey-wimey night of laughter and adventure. Follow everyone’s favorite Doctor from Gallifrey on a never-before-seen, completely-made-up, bigger-on-the-inside adventure filled with ghosts from the past, aliens from the future, and all the strange, strange creatures out there in time and space.
Who-prov NYC is:
Mikey Diazdel Castillo
Erica Jean Soto
Our brilliant TARDIS Team of six has studied improv, musical improv, and sketch The Magnet Theater, The People’s Improv Theater, and the Upright Citizen’s Brigade, and has collectively poured over 55 years of television, audio dramas, comics, and more featuring everyone’s favorite intrepid and mysterious time traveler from Gallifrey. Who-prov NYC has previously materialized at the Magnet Theater, People’s Improv Theater, PIT Loft, Triple Crown stage, BoroughCon 2018, The Way Station, and at The Pandorica Restaurant in Beacon, NY. You can find us on Facebook at @WhoProvNYC