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Folk Lordz at Last Seen

Folk Lordz at Last Seen

Braiding together high-octane improv comedy with folk storytelling, Rapid Fire Theatre’s Todd Houseman and Ben Gorodetsky present Folk Lordz!


The Recipe:

Take one part Cree myth from the Indigenous oral tradition.
Add one part Russian character drama inspired by the writing of Anton Chekhov.
Stir in one part brand new genre – chosen by the audience at each show!
Bake for 60 minutes to create a fast, physical, and folksy improv show like you’ve never seen before!


Folk Lordz have been featured at the Vancouver International Improv Festival, Philladelphia’s DuoFest, Toronto’s Combustion Festival, Winnipeg’s Gas Station Arts Centre, Edmonton’s Thousand Faces Festival of Mythic Art, LitFest, Toronto, Winnipeg and Edmonton Fringe Festivals. They are the recipients of two Cultural Diversity in the Arts awards from the Edmonton Arts Council.


“one of the most interesting, compelling and viscerally thrilling pieces of theatre you’ll see this season” - Mooney on Theatre

High-octane Improv Comedy Meets Folk Storytelling

$9.50 Online | $12.50 @ Box Office

Weekend passes available for The Last Seen Comedy Festival, $40 (limited supply).

DOORS OPEN @ 7:30 | SHOW STARTS @ 8:00

This show is located at:

Get Scene Onstage
451 Bishop St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30317

Braiding together high-octane improv comedy with folk storytelling, Rapid Fire Theatre’s Todd Houseman and Ben Gorodetsky present Folk Lordz!

The Recipe:

  1. Take one part Cree myth from the Indigenous oral tradition.
  2. Add one part Russian character drama inspired by the writing of Anton Chekhov.
  3. Stir in one part brand new genre – chosen by the audience at each show!
  4. Bake for 60 minutes to create a fast, physical, and folksy improv show like you’ve never seen before!

Taylor and Cassidy, a local improv duo, will open the show.

The Last Seen Festival showcases provocative and original comedy from comedians and improvisers who capture the sense of eccentricity, unconventional style, and irreverent behavior that the enigmatic Doug Dank left with us.

Braiding together high-octane improv comedy with folk storytelling, Rapid Fire Theatre’s Todd Houseman and Ben Gorodetsky present Folk Lordz!


The Recipe:

Take one part Cree myth from the Indigenous oral tradition.
Add one part Russian character drama inspired by the writing of Anton Chekhov.
Stir in one part brand new genre – chosen by the audience at each show!
Bake for 60 minutes to create a fast, physical, and folksy improv show like you’ve never seen before!


Folk Lordz have been featured at the Vancouver International Improv Festival, Philladelphia’s DuoFest, Toronto’s Combustion Festival, Winnipeg’s Gas Station Arts Centre, Edmonton’s Thousand Faces Festival of Mythic Art, LitFest, Toronto, Winnipeg and Edmonton Fringe Festivals. They are the recipients of two Cultural Diversity in the Arts awards from the Edmonton Arts Council.


“one of the most interesting, compelling and viscerally thrilling pieces of theatre you’ll see this season” - Mooney on Theatre