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Quite the Characters: A Fake It ‘Til You Break It Interview

Quite the Characters: A Fake It ‘Til You Break It Interview

Have you ever been sucked into small talk about a film you’ve never seen? Or showed your face at a book club meeting for a novel you skimmed? There’s power in faking it, but what happens when you BREAK it?  In this interview, we sit down with a few of the cast and writers of the newest Dallas Comedy House mainstage sketch revue, Fake It ‘Til You Break It. This sketch comedy show features a stellar cast (Andrew Plock, Danny Neely, Emily Gee, Julia Estelle, Kate Grogan, and Patrick Hennessy), two writers (Ashley Bright and Brian Harrington), and is directed by Cody Hofmockel.

A Blitsy Interview With Suspect

It was a breezy eve, the kind of eve that was cool enough to enjoy a Pumpkin Spice Latte double shot, extra whip and toot down at the Arboretum. That wasn’t what Blitsy Kittenz had in mind for this Saturday night thought, no, nada, neeha, nope. She planned on cahooting with some Suspects, the writers/actors and director of Suspect: A True Crimedy. Some wig-poppin’, show stoppin’ funny guys and gals by the name of, Sallie Boo Bowen, Bonnie Criss, Jason Hackett, Andrew Plock, Ryan Goldsberry, Jade Smith and Ashley Br-Bright. The interview began in the green room and it also ended in the green room. She entered with the cast already seated then the real story began:

Scoop On Sketch: Walker Dog

Scoop On Sketch: Walker Dog

It was a Dark and Stormy Cocktail of an evening when Blitsy Kittenz dusted off the Taco Bell shell crumbs from her jumpsuit while she skipped down Main Street. She was running late to interview at the Dallas Comedy House. She was to interview Walker Dog, you see. Walker Dog is a wonderful group filled with sweet cream cornies, a bunch of crunchy granola guys and gals like, Elizabeth Burkhead, Brent Crable, Jay Jacoby, Jeff Garlish, Molly Jakkamsetti and their lion leader, David Allison. Blitsy ran into the green room and bellowed, “Tea for two and how about I interview you?!” They all stared at her and said, “Interview, yes. Tea, no.”

That’s when the REAL talk began: