Ladie’s Night is a sketch comedy group consisting of three members: Amber, Chris and Mike. The group writes, produces, directs, and edits all of their own content; creating numerous sketches a month, plus various bumper bits. The sketches are shown at The Village Theatre during a self run, monthly live show that consistently sells out a 130+ seat venue.
Ladie’s Night was founded in 2015 by Brian Edmond, Zach Lamplugh and Joel Ruiz. In the Winter of 2018, they handed the show off to Amber North, Chris Nikitas and Michael Gorgoglione to carry on the legacy that Atlanta based comedians, actors, writers, filmmakers and audience members have come to love.
Ladie’s Night has been featured in the Chattanooga Film Festival, Red Clay Comedy Festival, Skull Fest, as well as the 69 Hour Film Fest where the original cast produced ads for the festival’s sponsor: Terrapin Beer. The show has had profiles written about them in Creative Loafing,Technique, Nooga.com, and the NPR affiliate: WUTC. They have featured stand-up comics such as: James Adomian, TJ Miller, Eddie Pepitone, Adam Cayton-Holland, and Ryan Singer. And as of June 2016, the group has started another monthly show in Chattanooga, TN at Cine-Rama.