NAMELESS NUMBERHEAD is a hyperbolic comedy duo with over 400 years of experience. Comedians Maari Suorsa and Henry Riggs are as married as they are funny. Their show blends social satire with original music and beautiful absurdity. Using foot switches and petals, all of the show's DYI technical elements are run from stage. The duo has toured all over the country to colleges and festivals and have been featured on Funny or Die, San Francisco Sketchfest, NY Sketchfest, Cincinnati Fringe, Dallas Comedy Festival, TedX Charleston, and collaborated with Shovels & Rope on the band's recent film project. Charm City Comedy Project calls Nameless Numberhead "one of the most compelling sketch shows we've ever hosted." More at www.numberheadcomedy.com.
Nameless Numberhead Bio:
Nameless Numberhead is Maari Suorsa and Henry Riggs. Their work have been featured on FunnyorDie, TedX, SF Sketchfest, and most recently in a film collaboration with the band Shovels & Rope.. The two have performed at various festivals, comedy theatre's, and colleges all over the country including: SF Sketchfest, NY Sketchfest, Cincinnati Fringe, The iO Theatre (Chicago), The PIT (NYC), Dad's Garage (Atlanta), Piccolo Fringe, Dallas Comedy Festival, Sacramento Comedy Festival, New South Comedy Festival, and more. Charm City Comedy Project calls Nameless Numberhead "one of the most compelling sketch shows we've ever hosted".
Maari Suorsa is a comedy writer, improviser, and actor. An ensemble member with The New Colony (Chicago) and a graduate of The Annoyance Theatre program (Chicago). She has starred off-Broadway originating the role of Dale in the original cast of Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche.
Henry Riggs is a comedy writer, improvisor, and actor. An ensemble member of The New Colony (Chicago), Theatre 99 (Charleston), and graduate of iO Chicago. He received a Non-Equity Jeff Award (Chicago) for Original Music Composition for That Sordid Little Story.
"quite a bit of enjoyment to glean from this strange, compelling show"
-Cincinnati City Beat
"Vaudeville for the almighty algorithm."
"One of the most compelling sketch shows we've ever hosted."
-The Charm City Comedy Project