Up and Down Theater is a sketch and musical comedy trio who produce political and social satire. They are committed to creating work that playfully explores the deeper truths beneath the surface of American culture. The Santa Fe based theater company was founded in 2011.
Lindsey Hope Pearlman is a director, writer, performer and puppeteer. She is known for her work as Lady Macbeth in “Drunk Shakespeare” and created “LUCY” a play she wrote and directed that featured movement and puppetry. Pearlman is a founding member of Up and Down.
Robin Holloway is a songwriter, pianist, writer and actor. Holloway has been a performing and recording musician en Europe and the US for over a decade, with performances in Royal Albert Hall and Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London. He is a founding member of Up and Down.
Kate Chavez is an actor, write and director. She has acted in theater productions in Madrid Spain, London and the US. She is a founding member of Up and Down.