THE APPLE SISTERS is a 1940s radio show with a modern twist. Packed with original songs, dances and slapstick, they're sure to put a smile to your face, with only modest product endorsement (sponsored by Corndy! Corn Flavored Candy.) THE APPLE SISTERS have enjoyed virtually overnight success in New York City, where they are the toast of the town after sold-out performances every week at the Peoples Improv Theater. For an entire year, THE APPLE SISTERS wrote and produced a brand new hour-long 1940s-radio style musical show every month. They also created a full-length musical which brought them to high acclaim garnering two NYIT Award nominations, and winning "Outstanding Original Music." THE APPLE SISTERS have been featured in the world famous Just for Laughs Festival "Sketch Show" directed by Bob Odenkirk, opened for singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson at the Bowery Ballroom and Webster Hall, opened for Dead Man's Bones (Ryan Gosling and Zach Sheilds), and performed their shows at comedy festivals all over the country. They appeared on Comedy Central's The Gong Show with Dave Attell. They are the winners of the peer, industry, and audience voted ECNY Award for Best Musical Act, and are currently working on their television pilot.
REBEKKA JOHNSON (Candy Apple), best known for her work on the MTV hit show Boiling Points has performed in various sketch and improv shows across the country for over 10 years, including The Neutrino Video Projects which was an official selection at the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. She is a co creator of the award winning Apple Sisters which performed in the 2008 Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. Rebekka voiced many characters in the upcoming Comedy Central animated series, Ugly Americans. She was recently cast in a pilot presentation for FOX and a pilot for E!. She currently performs with Bandit, a Mainstage Harold Team at IO West. (www.craftriot.com)
KIMMY GATEWOOD (Cora Apple) is an actor, singer/songwriter, producer, and writer from the great state of Maryland. She was named Best of Time Out NY, ECNY Best Musical Act Nominee, and Andy Kaufman Semi-Finalist. She has performed at every improv theatre in NYC, including a 4½ year stint with the off-Broadway show Chicago City Limits. Her writing credits include Oxygen, Idiots Guide to Jokes, SCarrie: the Musical and numerous industrials. She produced and co-directed the feature documentary film Nerdcore Rising which premiered at SXSW. She has a BFA in acting from Syracuse University where she also rocked the trombone in ska band Short Round. Check out her latest music video on www.kimmygatewood.com
SARAH LOWE (Seedy Apple) actually grew up back stage with a Director/Stage manager Father and a Broadway dancing Mother. She has been performing in television, commercials and stage shows since childhood. Some of her credits include the off-Broadway hit The Donkey Show and the premiere Las Vegas production of Mamma Mia, as well as pretty much ALL the soaps. Currently she can be seen at the Peoples Improv Theater with the improv team The Baldwins. Her grandmother on her mother's side was in the 1930s radio group "The Clark Sisters" and her grandmother on her father's side was Ruby Keeler. She couldn't be more pleased or at home with The Apple Sisters. Sarah currently performs in Jersey Boys at the Palazzo in Las Vegas