NY’s Gas Station Horror Celebrates 66th Live Improv Show This Saturday with Special Guest Tahlia Robinson.

New York’s longest-running horror-comedy show returns for its 66th show, celebrating FIVE YEARS of B Horror and A+ Comedy.

Gas Station Horror takes minute-long clips from the horror flicks from all decades and plays them for the live audience. Then, some of New York’s best comedians take the stage to finish the scenes in new and hilarious ways. This special show features clips from foreign films, video games, and ZONTAR. Featured in the skint, the Blot, the NY Times, TimeOutNY, Comedy Cake, and more, Gas Station Horror has been called “seriously funny,” “a masterclass in comedy,” and “one of the best times in New York.”

And if that’s not enough, the cast also hosts a FREE raffle, where any audience member can win free DVDs, t-shirts, and other horror goodies. Plus, Gas Station completes the horror movie experience by giving everyone some free candy when they enter the show.

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Special Guest Táhlia Robinson joins the cast for this special anniversary edition. She is a NYC Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) trained improviser, sketch writer, and is a Company Member for Theatre 99 in Charleston, SC. She is an original cast member of the Comedic Play, “Hidden Fences.” She is also a solo performer with her latest musical comedy project, ‘The Real Bubble Lives of Building 104.’ She performs improv with Dirty Little Secrets Improv and sketch with All Female Reboot.

Gas Station Horror is J. W. Crump, Sean Reidy, Connor McClure, B. J. Thorne, Josh Krebs, Kaitlin Fontana, Sam Jackel, Michelle Francesca Thomas, Keisha Zollar, Tim Mele, Ali Gordon, Jordan Hirsch, and TracymMull. Tech by Max Bank.

Written by Michael DeFellipo

(Senior Editor)