For the month of January 2017, I am doing an Artist Residency at The Siren Theater in Portland Oregon. I've just begun teaching classes this week - and the shows start this weekend! It's incredible to be working in a brand new city bursting with improv talent. (They have had new improv theaters open here every year I've been here!)
Before I arrived, I chatted on the phone with Arts Writer, Suzette Smith, all about Hip Hop Improv, beatboxing, traveling for work, and of course, "having sex with windows."
For a list of all upcoming shows and classes in Portland, go here.
Rachel and some of the North Coast cast performed for the second year in a row at the Stumptown Improv Festival in Portland Oregon. Check out the Rave Review of North Coast's performance. The title of the review starts with "Holy Shit! North Coast!" so... we think they liked it.
"Improv performers Rachel Rosenthal and Katy Berry have delivered the ovary-themed summer jam you didn’t know you’ve been waiting for your whole life. Their music video for the song “My Ovaries Exploded” will have you bobbing your head, rapping along, and possibly also clutching your sides involuntarily. Because emotions? They are violent..."
Continue reading below.
Honored to have been interviewed recently by JewishBoston.com. This article follows my career from my very first improv class, to working in NYC, to my solo show heading to Boston this coming weekend...
Check out the sweet Press Release from ImprovBoston about my upcoming performance on May 14th! I performed at ImprovBoston for close to 10 years. Getting back there with my own solo show this spring feels like a really great way to return “home.”
This week's BeerProv show got a great shout out in none other than the New York Times Comedy Listings! We are thrilled. The show is Thursday at the gorgeous Highline Ballroom.
I told a story on the Risk! podcast and apparently, The AV Club loved it! I’m blown away by this awesome review.
"But it’s the last story by Rachel Rosenthal that’s the real tour de force. Her piece recounts the many twists, turns, and torments of a years-long battle against an identity thief; it’s a disturbing saga that, without giving too much away, comes to an end with a horrifying revelation. Rosenthal finds moments of humor in bleak circumstances, making her piece one that’s worth skipping ahead for, even in an episode as good as this one."
- Dan Fitchette, A.V. Club
Listen to the Podcast
(My story starts at 53:50 min)