The Apple Sisters

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Formed in 2007

THE APPLE SISTERS is a 1940s radio show with a modern twist. Packed with original songs, dances and slapstick, they're sure to put a smile to your face, with only modest product endorsement (sponsored by Corndy! Corn Flavored Candy.) THE APPLE SISTERS have enjoyed virtually overnight success in New York City, where they are the toast of the town after sold-out performances every week at The Peoples Improv Theater. For an entire year, THE APPLE SISTERS wrote and produced a brand new hour-long 1940s-radio style musical show every month, and they are now working on a full length musical featuring their most popular numbers. THE APPLE SISTERS have come a long way in a very short time. In a little over a year of collaboration, they have been featured in the world famous Just for Laughs Festival "Sketch Show" directed by Bob Odenkirk, opened for singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson at the Bowery Ballroom and Webster Hall, and performed their shows at sketch comedy festivals in New York, Charleston, Chicago, San Francisco, and Seattle. Recently, they appeared on Comedy Central's The Gong Show with Dave Attell. They are the winners of the peer, industry, and audience voted ECNY Award for Best Musical Act, and they enjoyed a rare performance with legendary 1930s radio actor Arthur Anderson.



Tom Ridgely