The Pushers are Virginia’s premiere comedy group. For more than a decade they’ve had audiences howling with laughter. The group is known for their racy, high-octane show that’s utterly unpredictable.
If you’ve never seen a Pushers’ show… you’re in for a wild ride.
The Pushers are the creators and producers of Panties in a Twist: The All Female Sketch Comedy Show and The Norfolk Comedy Festival and owners of the Push Comedy Theater. Members of The Pushers co-wrote the Off-Broadway hit, Cuff Me: The Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody.
Hailing from Boston, Matt Castellvi and Stacey Smith promise big characters, high energy scenes and the joy of play. Real Couple. Real Comedy. Follow their bizarre love on Twitter @goingsteady4now. Matt and Stacey have participated in over 20 comedy festivals and hundreds of venues across the globe. Together, they perform both improv and sketch comedy as Going Steady.
Stacey was most recently the Comedy School Manager at ImprovBoston where she was performing regularly on the ImprovBoston Mainstage as well as on both the Music Improv Cast and the LateNight Improv Cast. When in Chicago, Stacey performs with The Deltones and The Musical Armando at iO as well as at CSz. She performed for many years in various projects with The Second City such as Life Hacks, The Really Awesome Improv Show, #DateMe and two contracts onboard the Norwegian Breakaway. Stacey also has various independent teams (Stacked: All-Female Musical Improv and Brouhaha: An Improvised Puppet Musical) that perform and instruct nationally at festivals. She is a former instructor in the A-E Program, Youth&Teen Program and The Wellness Program at The Second City and recently created her own program called S.H.E (Sisterhood. Humor. Empowerment) for female-identifying students ages 8-18. In addition, she also has taught at iO and The Playground Theater and is the former Head of the Training Center at CSz Theater Chicago. Stacey is also the Creator/Executive Producer of the Chicago Musical Improv Festival.
Matt is a Chicago native who has performed comedy in his hometown for almost 15 years. He has studied improv at Second City, iO, ImprovBoston and ComedySportz Chicago. He performed and taught improv at CSZ Chicago for 10 years, and is ensemble members for Baby Wants Candy: the improvised musical, Musical Armando, and currently All Access at Improv Boston. Matt also writes and performs improv and sketch in group Going Steady, with his longtime girlfriend and bug, Stacey Smith.
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