Matt Little

Hi I'm Matt.

I do comedy in New York. Life is awesome.
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We major. (Taken with Instagram at Brooklyn Botanic Garden)

@daniellelittle23 leading the ceremony. (Taken with Instagram at Brooklyn Botanic Garden)

Big gay wedding! (Taken with Instagram at Brooklyn Botanic Garden)

Perfect for perms! (Taken with Instagram at Under St. Marks)



Thank You Robot’s Jeremy Bent - An OTCOTC Short. 

Summer Fridays this Friday at Under St Marks.

Jeremy is one of the best comedians I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. He’s brilliant, quick, full of ideas, and game for anything on stage.

I watched so many people get opportunities before him that were just frustrating because Jeremy can wipe the floor with pretty much anyone that performs improv. A lot of those people have fallen to the wayside, and he kept plugging away. His appointment to Harold Night wasn’t just well-deserved, it was long overdue.

I don’t think they’ll ever again consider anyone who’s auditioned for Harold night as many times as the members of TYR have, and I’m really happy that Jeremy got in under that shift.

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Happy anniversary. (Taken with Instagram at Ambassador Theatre: Chicago the Musical)

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Episode Sixteen: Rue Britannia, an audio love letter to merry old England

This month on the show:

Fancy a soak?, an open apology from England, the theme for the 2012 London Olympics, the “Downton Abbey” Parody Challenge, Ralph the Talking Dog meets Percival, Princess Di driving F1, Eric Gersen performs, Entitlement cologne, taking darts seriously, and the fate of the monarchy rests in the hands of a drunk American in a diaper.

This month’s show was written and performed by Adam Bozarth, Dan Chamberlain, Matt Little, Taylor Moore, and Anna Rubanova with special guests Eric Gersen and John Milhiser.

Thanks to John Flynn, Alex Adan in the booth, and Sam Bradford and John Robert Wilson for puppeteering.

Cover photo by Curtis Retherford.

Make reservations for the next live show at the UCB Theatre East.

We’re not just audio! We’re slowly building out visual elements of our show that make it worthwhile to attend live. If you’re in sketch class at UCB, did you know coming to our show counts as class credit? This is not a joke.

Give a listen…this was a wild one to coordinate with a shortened production schedule. And I got to be in a puppet show. Puppets!

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Bridgid Ryan (UCB NY) joins us to share stories about college, with all of the tropes including drinking, parties, and exploring sexuality. We also discuss Hugh Grant haircuts, beard velcro, and “sports hot” & play Crack the Case and an international edition of Unbelievable Laws for Mishkan Synagogue.

Are you listening to Flee The Scene yet? If not, Flee your Tumblr and go do it. It’s great.

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100% Donk From Concentrate (Taken with instagram)