Daily Grindhouse has premiered and reviewed I HATE RACCOONS, starring Di Billick and Michael Carey, along with an interview with director Eric Richter.
“Technical work is very strong – which is never a given on low-budget efforts – with some of the trickier lighting elements in the second half (involving a flashlight) being done quite well. Even better is the acting, with both Carey and Billick capably showing both irritation and fear at their eventual fate(s),” Doug Tilley said about the film. He continues, “I was particularly impressed with the quality of the acting in the piece. Frankly, even passable acting in low-budget shots is a rarity, but your performers show surprising comic timing.”
To read the rest of the review and interview with Eric Richter, click on the link above!
Di Billick for AirFrance.
Di Billick’s sketch comedy group, Unlikely Company, returns November 22nd to Stage 773 for an all-new sketch comedy show!
The lineup for the 14th annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival has been released. Dandy Boy will be performing on Sunday, January 11th. For tickets and more, visit ChicagoSketchFest.com.
We’re baaaaack…November 22nd at 10:30pm at Stage 773!
Unlikely Company returns November 22nd to Stage 773 with an all-new original sketch comedy show!
Unlikely Company Presents “The Goods Are Odd” premieres on Saturday, November 22nd at 10:30pm at Stage 773. Di Billick has been an ensemble member and writer for the comedy troupe since they began in May of 2013.
For tickets, click here!
“From the sketch comedy group formerly known on the Chicago comedy scene as Prostitute Tears comes some brand-new, name-changing, game-changing sketch comedy. Now known as Unlikely Company, these five guys and four gals come to Stage 773 with their new original sketch comedy show with a tongue-in-cheek title — We Are No Longer Prostitutes! — that playfully takes their former moniker to task. Known best for shining a spotlight on the ridiculous undercurrents of everyday life with sketches that stray from the heartfelt to the farcical, this new show is directed by local favorite Brian Posen.”
Come see me every Saturday (except for August 16th) at 10:30pm at Stage 773!
I really love working with LA Tan, but I think I may be too white to be on the billboard. This is from the LA Tan billboard shoot in downtown Chicago.