Dungeon Cave - Bovine House Team
THAT WAS FREAKIN AMAZING! Is what you think the first time that you eat an ice cream cone at sunset on a beach right after the Denver Broncos have won the Super Bowl.
That is also how you feel the first time that you see Dungeon Cave. When you see or hear or even think about Dungeon Cave, your blood catches fire with joy, your mind explodes with possibility, your soul lifts out of your body momentarily.
Experiencing Dungeon Cave is like having the Infinite Universe collapse and be contained in a moment of time on the space no bigger than a stage, all happening at once. So amazing that even the most jaded hipster will say “I liked it”.
Dungeon Cave, beyond hilarity, beyond theater, beyond the unknown, beyond beyond.
Coached by Eric Farone. Players: Kat Bond, Kent Welborn, Joshua Robinson, Scott Piebenga, Asa Erlendson, Spencer Rybacki and Liane Houseman
Kat Bond's past shows include: The Heirs of Hogwarts, Biography Life as a Comedy, The Real Housewives of the North Pole and On The Spot. She has been a member of Dungeon Cave and The SansScript Players. Kat coached F'Actors, a super awesome house team. Miss Bond was the winner of Denver's Next Improv. Star Season 2.
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When it comes to commuting, Asa prefers to ride the bicycle.
When it comes to making milkshakes, Asa throws in four double stuffed Oreos.
When it comes to improv, Asa be busy like a bee.
Eric has been doing Improv for over 25 years, most of it in Denver. He started learning improv in Chicago at The Second City, IO, Players Workshop, and at the Annoyance Theater. He then moved back to continue his exploration of the art. Eric and his wife Denise Maes founded the Bovine Metropolis in 1996. They have been in business for over 18 years and operating the space at 1527 Champa for the last 14 years. He would like to thank everyone for the continued support and invite you to come down to the theater for a good laugh.
Liane started improvising her Junior year at Standley Lake High School with Mixed Nuts. She now studies hard at Metropolitan State University of Denver and has almost settled on a major. She is currently apart of the holiday sketch show, Hello, Jolly! She loves Disney and likes to eat steak.
Scott Piebenga is a graduate of the Bovine School of Improv (Class 52, Susan and Her Magic 8 Ball). He has also been a member of Bovine house teams Alpha Squad, SansScript Players, and Dungeon Cave. He was a cast member of 2011's Biography: Life as a Comedy. Prior to arriving in Denver, Scott played with Crawlspace Eviction in West Michigan. He has performed at improv festivals in Toronto, New Orleans, Denver, and Kalamazoo. Yes, Kalamazoo. He loves drinking coffee and a firm handshake.
Joshua C. D. Robinson
Past shows include "On The Spot," "Biography: Life as a Comedy," "Denver's Next Improv Star: Season 2" "Heirs of Hogwarts: An Improvised Adventure" Past and current groups include, "Dungeon Cave," "MooCrew," "Alpha Squad," "The Young Bloodz," "The Employees," "Odd Lid," "The Sixth Kind" and "Tea-Time." Joshua is part of the 52nd graduating class of The Bovine School of Improv, "Susan & Her Magic 8-Ball." Joshua served as Public Relations Director & Crew Coordinator from 2010 to 2012, and He served as Tech and Stage Manager from 2011 to 2012 for countless shows and touring performances.
Spencer is confusingly ethnic. He loves karaoke, improv, and staples. He graduated with the 42nd graduating class of the Bovine and now performs regularly with Moocrew, On the Spot, Manshow, Governor Jack, and various other groups. Apart from winning a third place ribbon in the science fair after killing the tomatoes he grew, Spencer's prime accomplishment thus far in life is winning the first season of Denver's Next Improv Star.
Kent has been in love with improv since high school when he took his first improv class. He continued the love affair in college when he was one of the original members of Left Right TIM, CU Boulder's improv comedy team. Before graduating and leaving LRT, Kent traveled with them to Chicago, LA and Edinburgh to perform and learn. After graduating college, Kent continued his love affair with improv and started performing at the Bovine Metropolis Theater in Denver. That was 2010 and since then he has been performing, directing, or teaching improv like a crazy person with many different groups and wonderful people. He was even hired by the Bovine and is now the Managing Director at the theater. Kent is also a board member of the GroupMind Foundation which is the non profit organization that produces the Denver Improv Festival every year. On a side note, if you know of a good cheeseburger, let Kent know because he will want to eat it.