Here are a bunch of videos from iO West House Sketch team WILTON featuring Jodi Skeris. Watch more Wilton Sketch Comedy Videos HERE.
Jodi has been performing sketch and improv comedy for over a decade. You can find her very long list of teachers she’s worked with and teams she’s performed on here. She coaches/directs improv and sketch teams around LA and performs regularly around town. All of her shows are listed here. Jodi also has a number […]
I’ve been doing comedy for over 10 years. I started doing long form improv by performing it in front of large audiences comprised of cheerleaders. Then I did Comedy Sportz in Madison, WI. Then I moved to NY in May of 2004 and saw one show at UCB, was amazed, and signed up for a class the next […]
There are several opportunities to see some warm up sets before the big iO West’s Performer Showcase: When: Friday, May 17th, 8:30p Where: Duna Csarda 5820 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA Cost: $10 When:Saturday, May 18th, 8pm Where: Neon Venus, 7023 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA Cost: $5 When: Tuesday, May 21st, 6:30pm Where: The […]
First off, a sincere congratulations to all of the people who made a harold/house/sketch team recently (as of May 2013). If you have not made a team, please feel free to look through my previous posts: Harold Auditions You did not get on a UCB Harold team Improv is a Sports-Rock album (a take on […]
Comedy is subjective. What I think is funny may not be funny to someone else. Who I think is funny may not be funny to someone else. Who I think is a great improv player may not be to someone else. I make some people laugh. I make some people frustrated. I blow some people’s […]
I like to keep these posts as one-off opinion catchers, but so much has happened lately that this entry will be more of a journal-blog. Improv can be a rollercoaster, you have a great show, then a bad class, then a bad rehearsal, then an amazing class, then a bad show, then a great show… […]
Jodi’s conglomeration of IMPROV and SKETCH experience. I’ve been taking improv classes since 2003. I’ve been performing improv since before then. I didn’t have a class, I didn’t even know it was called improv. All I knew was that I could make an audience laugh to tears. I started training in improv in 2003 and […]