Electronic Press Kit
NAMELESS NUMBERHEAD is a sketch comedy duo from Charleston, SC with a post-apocalyptic vaudeville vibe. Running all lighting and sound elements from the stage, their show is a character driven satire about you and the weird routines and habits you exhibit everyday. Self identified as surveillance chic, Nameless Numberhead exposes our obsession with voyeurism of the mundane. It's an absurd lesson on society you won’t want to miss. Unless you do want to miss it, in which case, that's fine. Live your life. www.numberheadcomedy.com.
Nameless Numberhead Bio:
Nameless Numberhead is Maari Suorsa and Henry Riggs. Their work have been featured on FunnyorDie, TedX, and most recently at SF Sketchfest. The two have performed at various festivals, comedy theatre's, and colleges all over the country including: SF Sketchfest, NY Sketchfest, The iO Theatre (Chicago), The PIT (NYC), Dad's Garage (Atlanta), Piccolo Fringe 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 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 an ensemble member of The New Colony (Chicago), Theatre 99 (Charleston), and a graduate of the iO Chicago program where he performed with 4 house teams. He received a Non-Equity Jeff Award (Chicago) for Original Music Composition for That Sordid Little Story.
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"they are seasoned veterans in both improv and sketch comedy, and their shows reflect that sentiment; structured but with wiggle room for the unexpected"
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"At the most basic level, Riggs and Soursa are simply interested in the foibles and habits of the modern man."
-Charleston City Paper
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"the cheerfully spazzy and stylish Charleston-based act is both youthful and wise about their art and delivery."
-The Post & Courier