Adsit & Eveleth
Come see two of the finest improvisors in the biz team up in their long form duo show for the San Francisco Improv Festival 2014! They are performing in a 35-minute set in a double bill with Red Door and in a special 45-minute solo show.
Jet Eveleth is a member of “The Reckoning” at the iO Theater and performs in the two-person show Adsit and Eveleth and Jet and Paul. She has performed at the Andy Kaufman Awards and was listed as New City magazine’s “Top 50 Players” in 2010 and 2012. She studied clown and physical theater under Paola Coletto and Philippe Gaulier (mentor of Sacha Baron Cohen). She has taught at the Comedy Studies Program at Columbia College, the Second City Conservatory, the iO Theater, and is the former artistic director of the Chicago Improv Festival. Her film works include the comedies, American Legacy, One-Small Hitch, and Close Quarters.
SCOTT ADSIT lives in NYC where he has appeared in many shows at the UCB Theater, Adsit & Gausas, Let’s Have A Ball, Asssscat, Gravid Water and currently, John & Scott with John Lutz. In LA, he appeared in Adsit & Pasquesi, Two Person, The Armando Show, Adsit & Gee and Adsit & Dassie, among others. Scott won Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson award for Best Actor his work on the Mainstage of the Second City Theater. and was one of the driving forces behind such groundbreaking revues as Pinata Full of Bees and Paradigm Lost (which was documented in the PBS documentary Second to None). He spent seven seasons as Pete Hornberger on the NBC comedy 30 Rock and served as writer, director, actor and storyboard artist for the Adult Swim stop-motion animation shows Moral Orel and Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole.