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New Show: RaeRoest Presents... The Generation Gap!

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The Generation Gap: 
A Comedic Lesson on Pop Culture As Told By A Couple Reconciling with An Age Difference


I could not be more excited for this weekend’s first show of a new project RaeRoest has been working on! 




About The Show

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Comedians Rachel and Sam are romantically involved and have everything in common. Except for an age difference of 12 years. As a result, there is a certain gap of time that they have agreed they cannot talk about. They just cannot -- it’s just too weird!

Now, it’s time to talk about it. On stage. 

Each show explores 2 iconic pieces of nostalgic pop culture from their two different childhoods in great detail. By the end of each show, Sam and Rachel - and the audience - will have learned more about each phenomenon as well as about each other.




 
 

Show Dates

Sept 23rd @ 9pm
Oct 11th @ 9:30pM

Both shows at The PIT: 123 E 24th Street (@ Lex)

 
 

With: 

Rachel Rosenthal (North Coast / Big Bang Improv)

Sam De Roest (Thicket & Thistle / Curious Comedy Theater)



Tech by John Vogel!




Rites: A One "Woman" Show

Rachel Rosenthal spins emotionally-charged nostalgic hilarity in this wittily written, charismatically acted, tightly packed ball-of-awesome.
— James Bruffee, Actor (NYC)

Rites: A One “Woman” Show

The year was 1992 and Rachel was about to become a “woman.”  Travel back in time to fluorescent scrunchies, Boyz II Men hits and Rachel Rosenthal’s own Bat Mitzvah - as she takes us on her journey to womanhood through true stories, bigger than life characters, and obviously - choreographed dances. What does it mean to be a woman?



Press

Previous engagements

Press for Rites: A One "Woman" Show in JewishBoston.com

Press for Rites: A One "Woman" Show in JewishBoston.com

  • The Peoples Improv Theater (NYC) 2015, 2016
  • ImprovBoston (Cambridge, MA), 2016 
  • The Siren Theatre (Portland, OR), 2017 

 

 


This is a semi-autobiographical comedic solo show.

Written & Performed by Rachel Rosenthal
Directed by Blayze Teicher