The concept of Neckprov is pretty straightforward. On stage are seven rednecks. And they're doing improv. Never breaking from their hick alter-egos, these comedians work with well-known redneck stereotypes and audience suggestions to create hilarious and unpredictable characters —from typical trailer trash to hayseed Shakespeares. Whether you love rednecks, hate rednecks, are a redneck, or just want to learn more about them, you'll no doubt find humor in the adventures of Skeeter, Wild Man, Jackson, Carlene, Dody, Chevron, and Ray Ray.
Brandy Sullivan and Jessica Mickey, both members of the all-girl super comedy troupe Mary Kay Has a Posse, basically created Little Miss Codependent so the two good friends could hang out. "Two of the girls in Mary Kay Has a Posse are now out of town," Mickey explains. "Brandy and I wanted an opportunity to still play together." The show takes improv back to the basics with great character acting and an assortment of themes developed from working off audience members' answers to questions the two women pose. Although you may assume that this is a feminist show, think again. "We really have no agenda," Mickey says. "We just kind of do whatever we want."