Broadway & TV Veterans Star in New Web Series THE BUNNY HOLE
THE BUNNY HOLE, a new web series in the style of Reno 911 and featuring a cast of Broadway & TV veterans, is now available for streaming. All 12 episodes can be viewed for free at bunnyholeshow.com. Created by Tony Award-winning Producer Ken Davenport (Kinky Boots) and the cast, The Bunny Hole is a hilarious, mockumentary web series about a struggling brothel in Pahrump, Nevada. The show was developed through improvisational rehearsals and shot entirely on location in Pahrump. The Bunny Hole has earned accolades at the IndieFest Film Awards, the Orlando Film Festival, the LA Indie Film Festival and more.
"One day, while I was sitting in the waiting room of my neighborhood brothel, I thought . . . no, no, Mom, I'm just kidding! The truth is, The Bunny Hole is one of those "shower ideas," creator Ken Davenport says. "I was a big fan of both Reno 911 and the HBO series Cathouse, and one day I thought, "What would it be like if those two shows had a baby?" So I got 10 of the funniest people I knew in a room, and using the same techniques I used to create my first show, The Awesome 80s Prom and my upcoming Broadway show, Gettin' The Band Back Together, we created The Bunny Hole."
Among the cast are Mary Ellen Ashley (NBC's "Law and Order: SVU"), Ryan Duncan (Broadway: Shrek), Allan Greenberg ("How to Be Single"), J. Elaine Marcos (Broadway: Annie revival), Julia Mattison (MTV's How to Live Like a Lady), Sarah Saltzberg (Broadway: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee), and Kathy Searle (FOX's "Empire"). Rounding out the series regulars are Courtney Daniels (Shrek National Tour), Emily McNamara (Off-Broadway: NEWSical The Musical), and BranDon Williams (Spike's "The Kill Point").