Ever wonder what it’s like to work for THE RIDE? Huffington Postcan tell you all about it.
“‘I’ve had people trying to sing with me. I’ve had people dance with me. I’ve had people trying to kiss me while I’m singing,” she said. ‘It is comedy at its best.’”
Ashley Harrell was unemployed and struggling for success in the big city. She had just gotten laid off and needed to find a new source of income, while simultaneously preparing for theater auditions. Suddenly, she found a light.
“On September 20, 2010, Harrell got an email from a friend with a casting notice which looked tailored just for her. A company called The Ride was looking for an accomplished soprano opera singer/improv comedian.”
You can now find her in front of Carnegie Hall, acting normal until THE RIDE bus comes close. Then, she turns into a street performer.
“Harrell loves being part of the show, but has not yet given up on the idea of being in a Broadway musical one day. For now she has a New York City block as a stage.”