Cast: Andel Sudik, Nnamdi Ngwe
Andel Sudik and Nnamdi Ngwe join forces to create a night of improv you shouldn’t soon forget. Andel and Nnamdi are two of the most experienced performers and instructors in the country.
Anděl Sudik is a director, improviser, actor and writer based in L.A. and Chicago known for her explosive energy onstage and in the classroom as well as her experiential teaching style. She considers herself proactively pessimistic and infused all her work-no matter how abstract- with organic honesty and emotional grounding.
She was born in Chicago, raised in California and moved back to Chicago at the tender age of 17 to study comedy and improvisation. She is a faculty member of the Second City Training Center programs; A-E, Conservatory, Advanced and Teen and Youth program in and has taught her workshops all over the world(The Improv Shop St. Louis, Monkey Business Institute Madison, OLLIE Northwestern, CLIP U of C, Thy Neighbor’s Goat Bucharest, Dublin, OKC, The Improv Retreat, WI, The New Movement NOLA, Iceland, Bulgaria etc.) As an actor she is an alum of Boom Chicago in Amsterdam, the Second City Touring Company and performed in the Jeff Award award winning Second City ETC revue “We’re All in this Room Together.” She has also produced countless successful two-man shows as Arch&Anděl(The Public House, Annoyance, OoB Festival) and improvisational experiences(Obits a theatrical experience exploring the lives of those that have passed) as well as directed in Chicago at Second City, iO and the Annoyance.
Nnamdi Ngwe is an actor, model, Improvisor, teacher, and writer. He studied and teaches around the world with iO Theater, The Second City. Nnamdi was recently awarded teacher of the year at iO Theater. As a teacher, Nnamdi works with all kinds from youth to Corporations across the globe. Nnamdi wrote and starred in the critically acclaimed show Julius which earned him a trip to the New York Television Festival and a nomination for Best Screenplay at the Best Of The Midwest Film Awards among others. He also wrote and starred in Rap Skool which was also screened at the New York Television festival and earned him a best actor nomination at the Best of the Midwest Film Awards. Nnamdi also wrote Oak Ridge Patrol which was accepted into the New York Television Festival. Along with the rest of the cast of 3Peat, Nnamdi co-wrote and starred in the Blackening on Comedy Central. He can be seen as a cast member in You’ve Been Had Celebrity Edition and can also be seen on Busy Tonight and in sketches for The Ringer.
In addition to Film, TV, and Commercials, Nnamdi can be seen across the world touring with the award winning improv/sketch group 3Peat, and iO Theater.