Kelly is a 49th Bovine Graduate and a proud player of the group "The Contestants"
Rebecca isn't quite sure what she did with all her free time before improv but it must have been something. She is a strict adherent to the improversion method, improv immersion, in which you give up all other hobbies and life goals for improv. Though effective, the method is unfortunately close in name to in-perversion. She can often be found lurking around the Bovine waiting for classes, rehearsals, performances, shows to watch and shows to tech. Specifically she plays with On The Spot, Gender Neutral Sweater, Class 61, Walter and DNIS IV. During the day Rebecca spends her time attempting to finish grad school.
Emily has been involved in theater since a very young age. She loves improv and all things funny, especially crooked teeth.
From Fargo, ND, Kelly has traveled 900 miles to live in the Mile High and go to school at the University of Denver for theatre and international studies. She's been doing improv since she was 15 years old and is constantly looking for new friends to improv with! Being part of Wal-Ter, a Bovine House Team, has been one of her favorite improv experiences and is looking forward to a future at the Bovine!
Greg is a late bloomer who has found the 3rd leg under life's stool with Improv.
While only having been learning and performing Improv since 2012, Greg has found the contingent with whom he is akin.
Outside this magical world, Greg can be found trying to bring joy and happiness to his family and the yearning masses of IT where he works, one trip to HR at a time.
Heather is excited to be a member of the Bovine house team, Deaf Leopard. She can also be seen acting terribly proper in Jane's Addiction: Improvised Jane Austen. While she may not have many performance credits to her name, she does pride herself on her ability to befriend dogs and babies, finish everything on her plate, and overanalyze most situations. She has a deep love and appreciation for genuinely nice people, so if you happen to be one of them, she's got a hug with your name on it.