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NYC Comedy Troupe Produces First Movie POOP the MOVIE

POOP the MOVIE flushes into New York


New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/24/2013 -- Improv Comedy Troupe, Eight Is Never Enough (, has presented thousands of live shows in the past ten years, including “Improv 4 Kids” and “LMAO Off-Broadway”. Their live comedy can be seen in action weekly at the Broadway Comedy Club and touring nationwide in schools, theaters and private/corporate events. Now the troupe is set to take on the big screen with “POOP: The Movie”.

P.O.O.P. stands for “Professional Organization of Poggz”. It’s not uncommon for people to ask what are Poggz (AKA Pogs, Milkcaps). If people don’t know they were not a kid, teen or immature 20-something in the mid-1990s, or a parent made to waste thousands of dollars on the fly-by-night fad.

FYI - All the POOP humor (toilet wise) is in the promotion of this film. The movie itself is a strong character comedy. From the Long Island Twins (that just happen to be gay and lesbian that hate each other played by Patrick Reidy and Rebecca Vigil), Southern Belle (Samantha Ciavarella), Upper East Side Socialite (Tara Novie), Cat Lover (Evan Schultz), Marilyn Monroe wannabe starlet from Hollywood (Melissa Bayern) and of course everyone's favorites - The Mormon Vampire (Andy Scannell) and Blackinese Nail Technician (Amelia Fowler). The movie is expected to be one of the underground hits of the year.

This mockumentary, created by Evan Schultz (8 improv member since 2009) promises to deliver to all fans of Christopher guest Movies (Best In Show, Waiting for Guffman, A Mighty Wind), The Office and / or Curb Your Enthusiasm.

Now in production (filming spring 2013) the troupe’s project has been accepted by KICKSTARTER. The campaign is currently live. The film will be submitted to festivals and screened in New York and Los Angeles starting Late Summer 2013.

About P.O.O.P. the MOVIE
P.O.O.P. the MOVIE is a new movie that begins filming in the spring of 2013. The film features the critically acclaimed Improv Comedy Troupe, Eight Is Never Enough. The film is likely to premier in the summer of 2013.

Dozens of teaser videos and more info at