Annie-Sage Whitehurst has hosted pre-taped, live, and on-location segments for radio, podcasts, red carpets, film festivals, comedy shows, benefits, and more.
She is currently accepting freelance assignments for on-camera and voiceover work. Have an event coming up? Use the form below to get in touch!
As an improviser, she has performed and produced a wide range of sold-out shows from family-friendly to late-night, from short-form games to long-form dramatic improv at venues across Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.
She currently performs and produces shows that highlight experimental, narrative, and multi-media improvisational performance. Coming to The Tank 3/21:
"Little Fish Present: The Tender Tank" (co-hosted with Michelle Drozdick).
Annie-Sage is a Twoprov Tournament Semifinalist at QED, an Armory Comedy 2021-2022 official House Team Member and, before lockdown, performed weekly at The People's Improv Theatre.
Until March 2020, Annie-Sage created, performed and produced the sold-out "Manic Attack Variety Hour" along with Josh Flitter, Willem Brian Smith, Kim Alu, John Hallert and Anna Cameron. RIP.
Poor Kitten's had A YEAR.
Kitten Solloway (infamously known as "Hollywood's Most Available Ingenue") is an improvised character currently being developed into a stand-alone performance. Annie-Sage has appeared in-character to host and perform at Asylum NYC, Q.E.D (with Maggie Metnick, and The Brick Theatre.
This one-woman show imagines a borsch tbelt Sunset Boulevard by way of Walter Benjamin and Bill Irwin, juxtaposing ridiculous physical comedy with larger existential themes of performative identity, memory and intimacy.
“Keepin’ Cozy with Kitten” is an in-person adaptation of the darkly comic, popular quarantine livestream, “Keepin’ Cozy with Kitten Solloway” (created and performed by Annie-Sage Whitehurst on @SociallyDistantImprov with 50 weekly episodes and an average of +1K engagements per video).
Annie-Sage was a regular performer on @sociallydistantimprov with multiple weekly shows, including "Keepin' Cozy with Kitten," an improvised character show and Meatpalace, a two-person "POV-prov" improv team with Sal Joseph.