[From Left to Right: Kurt Braunohler, Leo Allen, Rob Paravonian, Kristen Schaal, Liam McEneany, Victor Varnado, Christen Finnegan. Photo credit: Lindsay Aikman/Michael Priest Photography.]
Last night, SketchFest NYC was delighted to present the New York City premiere of Tell Your Friends! The Concert Film! at the Paley Center for Media. And now, we’ve got the photos to prove it! Check out the full gallery below, and we’ll have video of the post screening discussion soon!
Well, that was a helluva Friday night at Sketchfest! There were packed houses, people crowding the aisles and mind-blowing 3-D spectaculars. Damn! Here are some of the highlights of the evening, as provided by the fabulous Tracey Wilson, Photographer to the Stars.
Candy, Cora and Seedy of the Apple Sisters went waaaaay out west.
Kirstin Eggers’ solo show FAKESWEET snapped into a Slim Jim.
Gideon Lamb and Jeremiah Smallchild had some fun and made a few friends along the way.
The Birthday Boys treated the situation with the gravity it deserved by using pen, not pencil.
Jason Keller and Andy Buzan of the 3rd Floor made a mess and cheered each other up.
John Phillips of Trophy Dad showed the audience just how explosive he likes it.
For those of you who missed last night (and for those who want to instantly reminisce), here’s a quick photo recap of Sketchfest Thursday. All photos by the fabulous Tracey Wilson.
Harvard Sailing Team does stand-up…all at once.
Kristen Schaal (of Kurt & Kristen) as Pocahontas, having phone sex with John Smith.
Gabe Gronli & Anne Johnson of Free Love Forum write the world’s longest novelty button slogan.
Livia Scott & Elizabeth Ellis (of Dirty Jeans & Thunderchief) enjoy a nice tall glass of “Dr. Pepper.”
Jonny Harris of The Dance Party of Newfoundland as Pervlert, the Most Romantic Spanish Guitarist in the world.
Jon Pack of Rue Brutalia wants you to survive, not drive.
Souju just can’t hack it in Best Friend Fun Party, from Pangea 3000.