In February 2005 I founded Monkeys In The Atrium, acting as the director/producer of the group as well as a performer and writer.
MITA began as a short-form improv group, performing at Joe Franklin’s Comedy Club in Times Square three nights a week for over a year and a half.  We were proud to celebrate our One Year Anniversary show at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles!
In March 2006, MITA expanded to sketch comedy.  I worked with comedian Jessica Kirson (Comedy Central, NBC) to produce Gotham Comedy Club’s first sketch comedy show.  Darrell Hammond (“SNL”) was our special guest and MITA was the only group on the bill to be invited back to perform as part of Gotham’s regular stand-up comedy shows.
In July 2006, MITA decided to leave Joe Franklin’s and I found us a new home at The Comedy Cellar.  We were the only sketch & improv comedy group at this legendary stand-up comedy club from September 2006 through June 2007:
TimeOutNY magazine said
“MITA brings a combination of sketches and short-form improv to one of the city’s most respected stand-up clubs!”
Please visit MITA’s website where you can see clips of our work!