“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.
This is the first BluRay cover that I am on. How exciting!
The Third Annual Chicago Women’s Funny Festival was a blast. I loved playing with my sketch comedy troupe Prostitute Tears, and I had a great time performing as a solo artist for Nerdfest’s “Hey, I’m a Big Fan!” Several pictures below! Stay tuned for super exciting news.
Di Billick improvises her character Cami’s thoughts on current events.
My Obama phone commercial. This is embarrassing. Enjoy.
Di Billick’s sketch comedy group Dandy Boy has won the Stage 773′s Sketch Battle and has earned a spot at The 2015 Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival, the largest sketch comedy festival in the nation. It was messy and there were diapers.
I didn’t realize that our random improv performance whilst awaiting a ready set would show up on a blooper reel.
Check out the commercial for Big Ass Fans that I wrote, produced, and starred in. Written, directed, and shot by the superkewl Jason Krayneck. Yes, that’s repugnant me.
Hi. I wrote, directed and acted in a commercial for Crackpot Cube.