I started improvising in 2016, and since then, it has played a huge part in my film work and writing. I am a graduate of The Hideout Theatre, where they specialize in narrative improv.
At the Hideout, I was a cast member in Click Click Whir (improvised steampunk plays), Local on the Eights (improvised local news), and Pirates of Hideout Cove (a pirate-themed show for kids). I also part of the Hideout's Mainstage production, Big Gay Musical, an improvised musical featuring queer stories by an all-queer cast.
From 2018 - 2020, I also produced the Big Gay Musical Podcast, inspired by the stage show, which is available on Spotify and iTunes. We are currently on hiatus.
I am also part of the B. Iden Payne-nominated troupe, Hometown Improv (improvised stories set in strange small towns). We perform regularly around Austin, and have also traveled to festivals in Nashville, Dallas, and San Antonio to perform.
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Things That Don't Hurt
At the start of 2020, Keith Charba, Jeremy Moran, Trent Thomson, and I started the sketch comedy group, Things That Don't Hurt. Using our backgrounds in film, improv, and comedy writing, we have begun writing and producing sketches regularly. Our first video, Chair-apist, is available to watch on YouTube.