The hilarious “Archer” star will join the interactive experience for a limited run
HYPROV: Improv Under Hypnosis announced today the new interactive comedy show will welcome Amber Nash, from the hit animated series “Archer,” to their all-star lineup of improvisors.
Starting Sunday, June 11, Nash will join master hypnotist Asad Mecci to create hilarious scenarios, bringing an exciting new dynamic to the anticipated show.
Widely recognized for her exceptional voice acting skills and her portrayal of the beloved character Pam Poovey in the Primetime Emmy-winning series “Archer,” Nash will now bring her comedic talents to the groundbreaking live show HYPROV: Improv Under Hypnosis in Las Vegas.
Taking place at the Harrah’s Showroom inside Harrah’s Las Vegas, Nash will perform a two-week run starting Saturday, June 11 through Sunday, June 25.
To purchase tickets and for more information about the show, please visit www.hyprov.com.
“Archer” Star Amber Nash
Sunday, June 11 through Sunday, June 25
Harrah’s Showroom at Harrah’s Las Vegas
3475 Las Vegas Blvd S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
HYPROV: IMPROV UNDER HYPNOSIS, created by Asad Mecci, Colin Mochrie, and Jeff Andrews, begins with world-renowned hypnotist Asad Mecci welcoming 20 volunteers on stage to be hypnotized. The most receptive “Hyprovisors” then join a world-class improviser to form an instant improv troupe and perform the rest of the show, all while under hypnosis.
In the hands of two experts, and solely crafted from the Hyprovisors’ uninhibited, unconscious minds and audience suggestions, each show is an entirely original and completely unforgettable theatrical experience. The show also features improvised music throughout.
HYPROV: Improv Under Hypnosis is produced by Sarah Power with Zvi & Lorena Shiff, Chaz Naor, Oui BeLeaf (NHR), and Associate Producer Joan Tosani. Cody Lassen serves as Executive Producer. Music Director: John Hilsen, NY show directed by Stan Zimmerman.
ABOUT AMBER NASH
Amber Nash found her way to the entertainment industry in a rather unique way. A native of Lilburn, Georgia, she loved making her parents, sister, and classmates laugh as a child. After high school, she enrolled at Georgia State University where she earned a B.S. in Psychology. It was during her time at Georgia State that Nash saw her first improv show and immediately signed up for classes. Though she was excited about the creative outlet improv brought to her life, after college she put her degree to use and worked for the State of Georgia at a Wilderness Camp for troubled teens. After a few years of using her skills to make a difference in the lives of the campers, she made the decision to pursue acting full time. In 2004, Nash started performing improv regularly as an ensemble member at Dad’s Garage Theatre in Atlanta, where she also served as Education Director. She also lent her talents to a local troupe called Laughing Matters and continued to hone her craft by doing voiceover work for the local radio station. Through her work at Dad’s Garage, Nash caught the eye of Matt Thompson and Adam Reed of Floyd County Productions who would forever change the course of her career.
Nash got her start in the world of television voiceover when Thompson and Reed cast her in their Adult Swim series Frisky Dingo, where she voiced Val and a number of other characters. Her work led to an offer to voice Pam Poovey on the award-winning and critically-acclaimed FX/FXX show Archer. Her character Pam is the former head of an international spy agency and has become a fan-favorite on the show. The series has been honored with three Primetime Emmy Awards including Outstanding Animated Program and a Critics Choice Television Award for Best Animated Series as well as a Gold Derby TV Award to name just a few. Nash’s character has garnered a lot of buzz and is referred to as “real hero of Archer” by BuzzFeed. The show has been renewed for a highly-anticipated 14th and final season.
She will continue her foray into the film world as the lead in the adult indie comedy How to Ruin the Holidays, which she also executive produced. The cast also includes Colin Mochrie, Aisha Tyler, Henry Zebrowski, and special needs actor Luke Davis. Written by Nash’s husband, Kevin Gillese, the movie offers a hilarious take on love, disability, and those family gatherings that test your patience.