Eric has been doing Improv for over 20 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. He directed and owned HeadGames for a time and then started the Acme Comedy Players. Eric and his wife Denise Maes then founded the Bovine Metropolis. They have been in business for over 15 years and operating the space at 1527 Champa for the last 11 years. He would like to thank everyone for the continued support and invite you to come down to the theater for a good laugh.
Reid began taking classes at the Bovine in January of 2009 and has had a love affair with improv and theater ever since.
<p>At the Bovine you can see him on Tuesday nights performing with house team Blood and Mints. Reid was cast in the second season of Denver's Next Improv Star.
<p>When not at the theater you will find Reid getting therapy for Middle Child Syndrome, or riding purple unicorns through fried Snickers waterfalls.
<p>"Don't pay attention to what they write about you. Just measure it in inches."
Andy has been improvising since 2007 after his Rochester, NY juggling troupe did a joint show with an improv team. He was a member of house teams at two theaters in Syracuse, NY. He was also a part of Oregon Fail, a charity long form team which raised several thousand dollars for various charitable organizations in the greater Syracuse area.
Andy was a founding member of the Syracuse Improv Collective, has performed in improv festivals in New York City, and has run workshops for high school and college improv teams. Andy has since moved to Denver and in his free time is a professor in the Economics Department at the University of Colorado Denver. You can see him perform with Call Time.