actor, writer, comedian
Rachel Schoenbrun is an actor, writer, and comedian hailing from San Francisco, CA. Groundlings and UCB trained, she performs regularly throughout Los Angeles on stage and screen.
After receiving her B.A. in Drama from Tufts University and training at the British American Drama Academy in London, Rachel moved to New York City and began performing at UCB. To her dismay, she quickly realized she was a California girl at heart, and moved back to her beloved state to pursue acting and comedy in Los Angeles. Since then, Rachel has completed the improv program at UCB and The Groundlings and is currently waiting for Advanced Writing Lab.
While at The Groundlings, Rachel met who would become Maiden Voyage, her all-female sketch and improv team who she performs with currently all across Los Angeles and New York.
Credits include Sam Shepard's Icarus' Mother at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Oh! What A Lovely War! at the Oval Street Theatre in London, Induced Labor on the Groundlings Main Stage, and an ongoing run of sketch and improv shows at The Comedy Central Stage.
who are we?
My comedy group Maiden Voyage (formerly known as The Pep Boys), is an all-female, sketch and improv team based in Los Angeles. Featured on Funny Or Die, Whohaha, and LA Weekly, Maiden Voyage have performed over 100 shows across Los Angeles and New York, including The Comedy Central Stage, The Groundlings, UCB, The Pit NYC, Lyric Hyperion, Second City, iO West, The Open Space, Three Clubs, The Clubhouse, and many more! You can also probably find us at the nearest Italian restaurant. Don't get us wrong we love comedy but...cacio e pepe is just hard to beat.
Maiden Voyage in the news!
-Voyage LA profiled us! Read the article here!
-LA Weekly reviewed our Comedy Central Stage show, Fairchild Hall. Read the article here!
-Our video Come To The Mall (With Me) was featured on Whohaha here!
March 4th, 2020 at 7pm
March 12th, 2020 at 8pm
HAHA Bitches at the Lyric Hyperion
2106 Hyperion Ave
Maiden Voyage presents: SK8R GRLS
Comedy Central Stage