L walks into a bar (of an arcade) on New Year’s Eve when she runs into drunken Bo. More secrets are revealed and new troubles arise.
Venice Ohleyer is a writer, actor, and comedian who should be a senior at Columbia College but is currently a college drop-out pretending to be a fake student by running Columbia’s oldest improv group, Fruit Paunch, writing satire in the Columbia Daily Spectator, writing and acting for CUSS. When she is not spiraling, she can also be found on instagram or twitter, trying to convince herself that she does still, indeed, exist.
Harrison is a writer, actor, and filmmaker currently pursuing an MSt in film aesthetics at the University of Oxford. She has created material for and/or performed with the Columbia Federalist, MidWave Magazine, Third Wheel Improv, and Chowdah Sketch Comedy, and performed in Redacted Arachnid at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe. She is a writer and actor in The Half-Hour Comedy Hour, a sketch comedy podcast. She is also a co-host of Do Try This at Home (@dotrythispod), a film and comedy podcast. In 2020, she produced her first documentary short, Here Comes the Flood. Her first full-length theatrical comedy, Nice Guys Finish Last, was a second-round selection at the Austin Film Festival in 2019, and she is currently developing her first feature screenplay. She is very grateful to Soorim and the whole SLAM! team for giving her something to do while social distancing.
Murderous Death Player
(8 year old girl)
Sal is a Master’s student at Columbia studying biomedical informatics. When he isn’t knee deep in coding projects until 3AM, Sal enjoys fiddling around with a whole bundle of instruments, none of which he has any mastery over, but greatly loves. His compositions have been featured in a number of high school gymnasiums, small black box theatres, and in many a Zoom room, but this would be his first time bringing his work into the podcast space. Sal is very thankful of Soorim for admiring his stylings enough to think it can help make this series a grand SLAM.
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