The Gone Girls is a weekly podcast featuring stand-up comedians Shauna Lane and Ankara Savone. These two performers are trying to get to the bottom of life while interviewing fellow comedians and anyone else they find interesting. Each episode includes a sketch written by one of The Gone Girls that’s then cold read by everyone on the show. It’s a traveling podcast, they meet their guests at different locations. The Gone Girls are super excited to perform in front of a live audience for the first time at Caroline’s on Broadway.
Shauna Lane Bio:
Shauna Lane is a spitfire New York City actress and comedian best known for her appearances on Comedy Central’s Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, MTV and as the cohost of The Gone Girls podcast. A student of the legendary Wynn Handman, Shauna is a disciplined, stand out live performer who not only appears nightly at NYC’s top venues but has graced the stage at 10,000 Laughs Festival in Minneapolis and the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. In addition to her own popular monthly live stand up show We Share A Void at New York Comedy Club she also regularly hosts shows at Broadway Comedy Club. With no signs of slowing down any time soon, Lane is set to appear in the 2017 feature film Creedmoria and has just returned from Minnesota where she worked on the short film Nobody’s Son.
Ankara Savone Bio:
Ankara has been entertaining people with her quick wit and charismatic personality her entire life. She decided to translate her gift for performing it into a career devoted to the arts by moving from Florida to New York City in 2006 and enrolling at the New York Film Academy for the 1 year intensive acting program. After gaining knowledge and experience from multiple facets of the craft, she was drawn into a comedic direction and took classes at Upright Citizens Brigade to dive more into the improvisation world where she felt most comfortable. Since Ankara has been creating laughter all her life, she has taken a leap into the Stand Up Comedy world hitting clubs all around New York City to further her love for laughter and performance. Ankara will continue to work in the entertainment industry where she can work with fellow performers who want to create laughter together.