Grace Randolph
Grace has done work in a number of short films, including a supporting role in DEATH AND OTHER ESCAPES opposite Orson Bean (BEING JOHN MALKOVICH) and Alley Mills (THE WONDER YEARS).  She also played a supporting role in the independent film THE WHITE ROOM. 
She was the founder as well as creative director/show producer of Monkeys In The Atrium and she loved every minute of it, especially working with her fellow comedians!  Grace grew up in NYC and went to the Dalton School.  She studied acting and filmmaking at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, and also studied acting at the Yale School of Drama's summer program for undergraduate students.  She has studied comedy at Upright Citizens Brigade.
Currently Grace hosts BEYOND THE TRAILER, one of the top entertainment news shows on YouTube which she created. She has also just launched a comic book channel on YouTube, THINK ABOUT THE INK, and was previously the host/writer of Marvel’s web show The Watcher.  She is also working on several comic books.  Please visit Grace’s website to learn about her various projects.  Thanks!
 
Lines from a Hat
The East River
Performers insert lines they've never seen before into the scene, lines written before the show by the audience. The question is give us a river and the audience suggests "The East River" - for those of you unfamiliar with New York, that's a REALLY dirty river in NYC...
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Playbook
Statue of Liberty
One performer can only read from a play - in this case Christopher Durang's "Beyond Therapy" - while the other performer must react as if it's all part of the scene.  We ask the audience for a famous tall monument and they suggest the "Statue of Liberty"...
Interrogation
Axel Rose
Two performers see if they can get another to confess to a murder (which she actually has to guess).  If she won't cooperate, invisible enforcer Boris comes in to rough her up.  The audience has determined that she's killed "Axel Rose" with an "icepick" in "Brooklyn"...
Milton Bradley, You Asshole
written by Grace Randolph
 
The Quill
written by Grace Randolph
 
Lines from a Hat
Chanel Handbag
Performers insert lines they've never seen before into the scene, lines written before the show by the audience. The question is what’s something you’d buy with a million dollars and the audience suggests “a Chanel handbag”...
Golden Goose
written by Grace Randolph