Misty is a proud graduate of the Bovine Class of 58! Woot, woot! You can see her perform in The Adventurers Present: Choose Your Own Improv.
Misty finds herself quite at home in the improv setting. She improvs all day long with her two year old, holding imaginary kitty cats whilst cleaning poopy pants. It's awesome!
Allison fell in love with improv in high school when she played with a short form team called, "Out Of Our Heads," at the Denver Center for Performing Arts. After taking a break from improv during her first few years of college, she began taking classes at the Bovine where she graduated in the 52nd graduating class and had gone on to join Ball Pit Popcorn and On The Spot.
Other than improvising and acting, Allison enjoys spending time with her family, enjoying living in Colorado, spending time with her dog (Bob), dancing, and attempting to graduate college this millennium!
Rose recently graduated from Carleton College with a degree in English and a minor in corn husking. She was a member of Carleton's premier improv group, Cujokra and the Harriers, where she learned to "do it live." Now that she has returned to her native Rocky Mountains to pursue a career in "having a job," she is thrilled to be performing in On the Spot.
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Ashley is currently playing with andCO and Spörk. She is a proud member of Bovine's 58th graduating class, The Adventurers, and had a blast performing in season three of Denver's Next Improv Star. Ashley spent her school years through college performing in various musical and theatrical groups. She spends her days inspiring the youth of America and expounding upon her vivacious dreams.
After reading a critical mass of Playbill biographies, I realize I'm supposed to list all theatrical accomplishments. As an Improv late bloomer, that list is short: Ducks Fly Together!, Alpha Squad 5.0, Alpha Squad 6.0, and Family Basement. Thank you Bovine and Improv for helping me learn to laugh (out loud) at myself. Hope audiences laugh too! Yes, and.....
Vence used to be a big personal growth seminar junkie and noticed over those many
courses that they all have a common element of theater in them. Theater is pretty
scary for him, but he misses the adrenaline rush from doing it. He thought to himself,
"Why not go directly to the source? It's cheaper, the training is longer and I might
actually get better at doing this stuff." That's when he discovered improv and the
Bovine. Sssshh! Don't tell Eric. He might raise his prices!
Micah would like to thank the fates for leading him to the door of The Bovine during the 2010 Parade of Lights because it has given him such a wonderful excuse to enjoy the city on a regular basis. Micah was a member of the class of 54 (Improvacative) where he made good friends, improved tremendously on his skills as an improviser and performer, returned from his shell a bit, and spent way too much money on 16th street. Come and see him for a short-run or full-run of performances at DENVER'S NEXT IMPROV STAR SEASON 4! Otherwise, Micah is available for regular in-person viewings at "Fringe" where he improvises with, "Ball Pit Popcorn" a Bovine house team.
Andrew Smyczek has hosted the The Improv Hootenanny and Improv Royale. You may have seen him perform with the Generals and was a member of the Bovinve's 41st graduating class Stimulus Package. He was a crowd favorite at Bleu Cow 5 and has done lights for various shows and events at the theater. Andrew currently performs with Ball Pit Popcorn and his hair has magical powers. He has performed stand up comedy for money and has not lost a number of local competitions. He appreciates your support and loves Little Debbie Snack Cakes.
As a teenager Colin decided to rebel against his actor parents and become an engineer, but the performance world has drawn this prodigal son back to the stage. Known for his beautiful hair and mustache, Colin has been called the "Heartthrob of Improv." You can catch him on the Bovine stage with the team Consensual Sets or around Denver performing with Gender Neutral Sweater.