Somebody’s in the Doghouse is Leah Gotcsik and Marty Johnson. They have toured to festivals across the country, including Chicago Sketchfest, San Francisco Sketchfest, and the Women in Comedy Festival, and were finalists at the Friar’s Club Improv and Sketch Competition in 2010 and 2011. They have also sailed the ocean with Chicago’s Second City. Their sitcom pilot was featured in the New York Television Festival, and their comedy shorts screened in the Austin Film Festival and the LA Comedy Shorts Festival. Leah currently improvises with Baby Wants Candy and the Made Up Musical, and was a member of the house team Revolver at iO Chicago. Marty, a proud member of the Writers Guild, recently wrote a sitcom pilot for NBC Universal and is a writer and actress on “Vanity Project,” a new sketch television program that premiered in July, airing Saturday nights on WCVB, Boston.
Somebody’s in the Doghouse’s self-titled show will be performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (307 W. 26th Street) at 8pm at Thursday, August 18. Tickets are $5, which includes admission to both Somebody’s in the Doghouse and Brad Sacks Gets a Handjob, and can be reserved here.