A comedy series that draws back the curtain on the theater world - from independent to site-specific, regional to corporate, improv to outreach - and revels in all the beautiful, maddening, ridiculous glory that is a life on the stage.
Season 1 of the award-winning comedy Theater People.
Season 2 of the award-winning comedy Theater People
Season 3 of the award-winning comedy Theater People
Forced to find a "real job", Elise takes over an acting troop she used to belong to in college.
A former Theater Person discovers that you can take the actor out of the theater, but you can’t take the theater out of the actor.
Oh My God, I Should So Be Dead Right Now
Jill recovers from a closing night party as Claire is tempted back to the stage.
Blindfolds and Cigarettes
Elise and Dave hold auditions for “Romeo and Juliet” while Jamy shares his casting philosophy with Jill.
The Unkindest Cut
Dave enjoys “Romeo & Juliet” callbacks but Jamy hits a wall with the Aleister Crowley estate.
A Knife through Hot Butter
A tense first readthrough for “Romeo & Juliet” while Jamy’s company gets their first look at the Crowley play.
As blocking rehearsals begin, both shows suffer from personal conflicts.
Tech rehearsal introduces a beautiful new Juliet to “R&J” while Jamy’s company takes things easy.
Dress to Kill
Dress rehearsal reveals weaknesses in “R&J” and Jamy’s plan for wardrobe malfunctions.
No, You Have a Great Opening
Opening Night finally arrives with last minute substitutions and surprises.
Both casts gather after Opening Night to consider their lives as Theater People.
The Winter's Fail
The cast of “A Doll’s House” arrives.
The Iceman Gumbeth
Jamy Gumb makes his entrance… and reveals his plans.
Designer Under the Elms
The “Doll’s House” cast meets their production designer. (And Jamy gets possessed.)
All Work and No Play
Jamy receives inspiration from an unlikely source.
Jamy’s parents pay an unexpected visit.
Long Day's Journey into Opening Night
The curtain rises on Jamy Gumb’s “A Doll’s House” in the Season 2 finale.
Elise lands her dream show but discovers there are strings attached.
The Bravo! Company
Phil’s improv troupe faces a crisis as Elise tries to avert one at the Shepard.
Read 'Em & Weep
The cast of “The Shade Beneath the Awning” gathers for the first readthrough as The Bravo! Company hits a snag.
Ruining the Surprise
The Bravo! Company takes a field trip and the “Shade” cast welcomes their leading man.
The Return of Freddie Fluoride
“The Shade Beneath the Awning” starts rehearsal. The Bravo! Company really gets down to work.
Make 'Em Laugh
Elise and Rich struggle with a difference of opinion. The Bravo! Company tries out their new material.
A Different Kind of Jackass
Elise and Rich reach an impasse. The Bravo! Company has a breakthrough.
The Lost Episode
A lot of time in the green room gives Ben insight into the history of the “Shade” cast.
The Actor's Nightmare
“The Shade Beneath the Awning” has its first preview; The Bravo! Company performs for DigVestCom.
The Fat Guy Sings
The “Shade” cast and The Bravo! Company look to the future.
So It's Come to This
In the middle of a dry spell, Elise goes back to school.
Two Truths and a Lie
The new Cautionary Talers have a room! Technically.
Something to Fall Back On
The Talers work on their issues. Well, not *their* issues.
The Talers learn a lot about drugs and face a tough decision.
The Purple Whale
The Talers get a dose of good, old-fashioned prison wisdom.
The Internet: Big Whoop?
The Talers debate the dangers and delights of the World Wide Web.
The Talers take a field trip!
The Talers tackle the sex sketch and a secret comes out.
We Don't Hit Our Friends
The Talers book their first show and Yukon’s mentor stops by.
The Brink Job
The Talers premiere their new show in the Season 4 finale.