Sunday, March 1, 2015

Actor Scott Takeda’s Working Together Improv Show Featured in Albuquerque

TV/Film actor Scott Takeda ( has packed up his dry wit and “unexpected” sense of humor to hit the road with his hilarious group of improv pals to headline the improv show, Working Together in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Working Together, founded and directed by Justin Franzen, will be the featured show at The Box Performance Space on March 27, 10:30 p.m. and March 28, at 9:30 p.m. Takeda will strut his comedic chops in Working Together along with five other off-the-cuff comedians: Bre Forkes, Drew Rinella, Rahul Shah, Thomas Robinson, and Liz Walradt.

“We’re thrilled to host Working Together at The Box,” said Doug Montoya. “We’re always looking for hysterical improv groups that will entertain our guests and keep them laughing and once I heard about this show, I knew it was a perfect fit.”

Originally featured in Denver last year to standing ovations, Working Together is a workplace situational comedy that takes place in the 90s -- the era better known as the hangover after the 80s, grunge, Beavis & Butthead, a stained blue dress and Clinton.

Takeda, known for his role in the locally filmed CW series (, The Messengers, engages the audience with just the right mix of extemporaneous humor and classic comedy twists. The show also uses cue cards to bring the audience into the performance adding to the overall patron experience.

“As a working actor I am constantly advancing my dramatic and comedic talent,” said Scott Takeda. “Working Together has all of the components that I need to understand how the audience responds to humor and allows me to work at being funny.”

Typically taking on roles with a more serious side, Takeda ( been featured in the Dallas Buyers Club and Gone Girl and hit TV shows Nashville and Drop Dead Diva. To find out more about Takeda and his latest projects, visit

About Scott Takeda

Scott Takeda is an Asian American, SAG actor with notable credits, including Gone Girl with Ben Affleck, Dallas Buyers Club with Matthew McConaugheyEverything Must Go with Will Ferrell, Little Fockers with Ben Stiller and Robert DeNiro, and Disney’s Lemonade Mouth. He is based in Denver, Colorado, with his producer wife, Lori and two dogs, Pinot and Merlot.

To book Scott Takeda for a TV or film production, contact:

New Mexico: Lynette O’Connor of O-Agency,

Los Angeles: Linda McAlister of Linda McAlister Talent,

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