It’s a New Season for Naked in a Fishbowl

 

When Naked in a Fishbowl left off last season, Bonnie’s husband was spending too much time with a sultry co-worker, Sara had her book turned into a Lifetime film… starring Tori Spelling, and was Alice able to find true love with the guy in the giraffe suit at Toys ‘R Us? Attend the season premiere of Naked in a Fishbowl and find out!

Naked in a Fishbowl, the unscripted, episodic sitcom is now at the PIT – 123 E. 24th Street, between Park and Lex. Mondays at 8:00 beginning May 16th, $10.
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Naked in a Fishbowl – NY Theatre Comedy

New York Theatre Comedy


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nk3c48TchjE

If you’re looking to see some funny ladies this summer, and not in a “Watching a Train Wreck/Heidi Montag’s New Reality Show” kind of way, you should check out the women of Naked in a Fishbowl at SoHo Playhouse theatre in New York City. This weekly episodic sitcom is completely unscripted, and the actresses play the same characters every show with continuing storylines. [Read more...]

Response to Dodge Charger Super Bowl Ad

Response to Dodge Charger Super Bowl Ad written and directed by Abigail Gullo. Camera and Editing by Jesse Ruuttila. With Molly Knefel, Lynne Rosenberg, Abigail Gullo, Katharine Heller and Lauren Seikaly. Music by Klimpter.

Scott Brown's eHarmony Commercial – Katharine Heller

Scott Brown’s eHarmony Commercial – PLEASE CLICK FUNNY AT THE END
Newly elected senator Scott Brown from Massachusetts in a very special eHarmony ad. With Katharine Heller, Jesse Ruuttila, Captain Quinn, Lynne Rosenberg and Abigail Gullo.

From Russia with Love – Katharine Heller

Katharine Heller

Katharine Heller

We came up with the idea for From Russia With Love from all of those awful reality shows that kept popping up about families with multiple children. Especially after the Jon and Kate fiasco, we thought it would be fun to focus on a couple with a ton of kids who say they do the show “for the children” but it’s clearly about them. In our show, the 8 adopted Russian children are represented by Matryoshka nesting dolls. [Read more...]