Till Death Do Us Part

As the improv team Till Death Do Us Part, Mary Carpenter and Steve Roney explore the many layers of marriage. Through generous scene-sharing and a strong emphasis on exploring the emotion of the moment, Mary and Steve shine a light on the nuances, complexities, hypocrisies, and laughs that make up this wonderful institution.

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About the Group:

Mary Carpenter Has worked in Philadelphia Theatre for the last seventeen years as an actress, director, teacher and writer.  She has worked with a variety of Philadelphia Theatre Companies- including 1812 Productions, the Arden, the Wilma, InterAct, Freefall Productions and more.  Most recent credits include: City of Nutterly Love with the Second City/Philadelphia theatre Company, Disco Descending at the 2008 Live Arts Festival; This is The Week That Is: More Political Humor for the Holidays and Suburban Love Songs at 1812 Productions.  Mary has been a performing and teaching member of ComedySportz, Philadelphia’s longest running improv show, for 17 years where she has also served as Artistic Director twice and currently serves as Education Director.  She has created two original one-woman shows, Dot and Me and The New and Improved Stages of Grief, as well as DirectedChoosical(Philadelphia’s first fully improvised musical) and 13 Skirts(Philadelphia’s first all-women’s improv ensemble).  She has taught at Villanova University, University of the Arts, Abington Friends School, Germantown Academy, Arden Theatre Company, InterAct Theatre Company, The Philadelphia Improv Festival and for 15 years with ComedySportz. Her improvisation training includes work with Second City, Keith Johnstone, Mick Napier, Jeff Wirth and Todd Stashwick.  She holds Theatre degrees from Northwestern University and The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
Home Theatre: N/A

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