Thursday, 7 March 2013
Longform Workshops with Saturday Night Live Writer, Neil Casey
7-10 pm 26th-27th March
To book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Neil Casey is an improvisor, writer and actor living in New York City. He has performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre since 2001 and has taught improv and sketch at the Upright Citizen's Brigade Training Center since 2006. He has also taught improv at the Williamstown Theatre Festival every summer since 2008. Neil is a member of several well-known improv troups including current UCB Weekend team Death By Roo Roo, Krompf, and The Two-Man Movie. He has performed all over America with the UCB Touring Company since 2005, and performs regularly in UCB's flagship show ASSSSCAT 3000. He has directed dozens of acclaimed stage shows including God's Pottery Saves the World (Edinburgh 2007), Waiting For Obama: A Night at the Hall of Presidents (SF SketchFest 2010), Kate McKinnon on Ice, and This Is Not A Sketch Show: A Sketch Show.
His latest written show Small Men, written and performed with Will Hines and directed by Michael Delaney, was named the Best Sketch Show of 2012 by Time Out New York Magazine. He has appeared on a bunch of web series, commercials and TV shows on Adult Swim and IFC. The Washington Post referred to him as "deadpan" on 10 February 2010 in the print edition. A few months ago Splitsider.com declared "Neil Casey is one of the best, if not the best improviser in New York right now."
He is currently a writer on Saturday Night Live.