Dave is very happy to be a part of the 59th graduating class from the Bovine School: the Gangsta Bunnies! He's equally amazed they've tolerated him for this long. He's acted around Colorado for many years in various genres but mostly on the stage in local theatre--but wait, he did perform Hamlet in the Tabor Center food court! So...next stop...Broadway...? That's kind of like a big food court...? Previous improv experience includes Rattlebrain, and a Bovine class he took many moons ago as well as workshops with Keith Johnstone and Mad Cap. Many thanks to all his family and friends who have supported and tolerated his bizarre, possibly even delusional ramblings throughout the years.
Jill started her witty adventure in Improv in the Spring of 2012. She enjoys the art and talent of people who are innovative. It has been a great stress reliever from her busy corporate world. Jill can be seen performing with IRS, Wednesday nights in June. Along with "On The Spot" performances Friday and Saturday nights throughout the summer!
After being hounded by paparazzi for his college improv performances and living in seclusion, Matt has finally returned to the stage. He refuses to reveal whether the paparazzi were hounding him because he was good or because he was terrible. Regardless, college was years ago, so he has no list of theaters, troupes, or shows in which he has performed for the past two and a half decades. He graduated sine laude with the 57th class of the Bovine Metropolis Theater, Chimp Library. He also plays with the house team Deaf Leopard.
Erik likes improv and has been doing it for a spell. He'll graduate with Class 60, he lets out a rebel yell. Billy Idol reference used and it's tough to lump in Björk -- oh, hey, what's this? Erik also plays with Spörk. A Bovine house team, it looks confusing on paper. I was at the zoo last week and I stole a large taper.
<br>Doing IT stuff by day and playing with The Mayberry Riots too. There is no Barney Fife. Also, there's no spoon.</br>
<br>He's taken improv training from local theaters and peeps, he tends to write things, he tends to shave...sheeps.</br>