The 313 are long-form improvisors from Los Angeles. The name, “The 313″ is for the area code of the city of Detroit, where they all got their start.
Keegan-Michael Key (Star/Creator, Comedy Central’s Key & Peele)
Maribeth Monroe (Comedy Central’s Workaholics)
Larry Joe Campbell (ABC’s According to Jim)
Marc Evan Jackson (Fox’s Suit Up)
Jaime Moyer (Couchers)
Andy Cobb (The Second City Network)
Convoy is a fast-paced three-man improv show that takes its name from everyone’s favorite song by C.W. McCall. They create 30 minutes worth of rapid fire, stream of consciousness scenes that keep moving forwards like a caravan of 18 wheelers racing towards the border. Members of Convoy have appeared on Terriers, Reno 911!, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Key & Peele, and various commercials. Performing weekly to sold out crowds at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Convoy was recently named “Best Improv Show” by LA Weekly’s Best of 2012 issue and called “the best three man improv on the West Coast” by LAist.com.
Sunday, January 26, 9:30pm, Eureka Theatre