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An longform improv comedy group in New York City.
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Rogue Elephant is a longform improv and sketch comedy group independent of any major theatre and based in New York City. Its members met while taking classes at the [[Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre]], formed in November 2003, and first performed in January 2004.
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== Cast ==
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Current members are [[Susannah Becket]], [[Tim Curcio]], [[Eddie Dunn]], [[Silvija Ozols]], [[Jim Santangeli]], [[Nate Smith]], and [[Gavin Speiller]]. Susannah moved to Los Angeles in 2007. Founding member [[Emlyn Morinelli]] left the group in 2004.
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== Shows ==
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Rogue Elephant hosts a semimonthly improv show Fridays at Under St. Mark's Theatre in the East Village, with two different guest improv groups at each show. These shows have been running continuously since August 2004.
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From February-April 2004, Rogue Elephant hosted a series of shows under the title ''Makeout Party'' at Four53 Studios in Brooklyn. They featured other improv groups, sketch groups, and stand-ups.
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In 2007 their sketch show, ''Now That's What I Call Rogue Elephant'', ran at the [[Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre | UCB Theatre]]. Their first sketch show, ''Anarchy Club'', was performed as a Spank at the UCBT on October 11, 2004.
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Revision as of 14:03, 6 October 2008

Rogue Elephant is a longform improv and sketch comedy group independent of any major theatre and based in New York City. Its members met while taking classes at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, formed in November 2003, and first performed in January 2004.

Cast

Current members are Susannah Becket, Tim Curcio, Eddie Dunn, Silvija Ozols, Jim Santangeli, Nate Smith, and Gavin Speiller. Susannah moved to Los Angeles in 2007. Founding member Emlyn Morinelli left the group in 2004.

Shows

Rogue Elephant hosts a semimonthly improv show Fridays at Under St. Mark's Theatre in the East Village, with two different guest improv groups at each show. These shows have been running continuously since August 2004.

From February-April 2004, Rogue Elephant hosted a series of shows under the title Makeout Party at Four53 Studios in Brooklyn. They featured other improv groups, sketch groups, and stand-ups.

In 2007 their sketch show, Now That's What I Call Rogue Elephant, ran at the UCB Theatre. Their first sketch show, Anarchy Club, was performed as a Spank at the UCBT on October 11, 2004.