Show ScheduleBBCF 2011TOP 

WED 9/28 8PM

THU 9/29 8PM

THU 9/29 10PM

FRI 9/30 8PM

FRI 9/30 10PM

SAT 10/1 8PM

SAT 10/1 10PM

DramaTech
Let’s Try This! – Georgia Tech
Ground Control – Atlanta
Laughing Matters – Atlanta
Cineprov - Atlanta
Automatic Improv - Atlanta
Dad’s Garage - Atlanta
3 Men and a Little Lady - Charleston
Astronaut University - Atlanta
Improv Playhouse - San Francisco
FRIDAY BIG SHOW
Drug Money - BBCT Champs
Dusk: Improvised Tween Erotica - Austin
Holy 1960’s Batman, Batman! - Austin
SATURDAY BIG SHOW
Let’s Try This! - Georgia Tech
Holy 1960’s Batman, Batman! - Austin
Improv Playhouse - San Francisco
Student Center
Theatre Strike Force - University of Florida
Over the Counter Improv - Charlotte
MafiaProv - New York
Mock Turtle Soup - Clemson University
In Harm’s Way - Atlanta
Improv Playhouse - San Francisco

Workshop ScheduleBBCF 2011TOP 

SAT 10/1 10:00AM-12:00PM

WORKSHOP 1: MEISNER IN IMPROV
INSTRUCTOR: Mandy Butler
Grounded relationships keep scenes interesting and focused. By engaging your partner, you will also engage your audience. In this workshop, you will employ the teachings of Sanford Meisner to help you connect with your scene partner by listening, responding, and making eye contact. We will also explore the power of touch, while playing with distance between actors onstage. Get ready to get close!

WORKSHOP 2: BACK TO BASICS 707
INSTRUCTOR: Jamie Moore
Let's talk, discuss, and play without the poetics of troupe names. Brush up on the little things that can separate good from great and get a fresh perspective on what makes a scene successful.

WORKSHOP 3: IMPROV AS AN ART FORM
INSTRUCTOR: Bob Wood
The philosophy behind this workshop is basic - Improv is only an art form if getting out of bed is an art form... and it is.

WORKSHOP 4: PURPOSEFUL CHARACTERS, IMPACTFUL STORYTELLING
INSTRUCTOR: Shannon Jenkins
Start your show by creating a cast of solid characters. Then allow your plot to organically emerge. Now maintain and finesse your story while the audience hangs on your every word. Easier said than done, right? This workshop will focus on characters and the importance of their roles in crafting a compelling, cohesive story.

WORKSHOP 5: DISCOVERY VS. INVENTION
INSTRUCTOR: Jay Revis
Inventing what's next in an improv scene is hard work. Discovering what's next is easy. This workshop will teach you to trust yourself to discover the scene instead of inventing it, and to experience improv as play instead of work.

SAT 10/1 1:30AM-3:30PM

WORKSHOP 1: HOW TO SAVE A SCENE THAT SUCKS
INSTRUCTOR: Shana Merlin
We've all been there--the flop sweat, time slowing down, silent prayers sent to the improv gods to save you from this scene. This workshop will give you the confidence to deal with any of the crappy scenes that might come your way. We have 18 techniques that you can pull out to turn a sucky scene into a solid one.

WORKSHOP 2: VIN DIESEL IMPROV
INSTRUCTOR: Michael Joplin
Tired of having scenes run on forever and not knowing when to end them? Can you hear the audience members getting restless 5 or maybe 10 minutes into a scene? Welcome to the Faster and Furiouser. Tokyo Drift time! This workshop is all about high energy and high octane. Learn how to have a lightning fast improv set that leaves the audience gasping for air.

WORKSHOP 3: ROMANCE AND INTAMACY ONSTAGE
INSTRUCTOR: Kaci Beeler
Want to go deeper with your characters and relationships in improv? Want to get comfortable touching and being touched by your fellow actors onstage? While we can't create an entire back story for every relationship we portray onstage, we can convey greater emotional weight and depth by allowing true humanity to shine through in our scene work. Learn to close those distances on stage and get closer, you'll feel more deeply connected to your scene partners and, surprisingly enough, yourself.

WORKSHOP 4: DRAMATIC IMPROV
INSTRUCTOR: Roy Janik
90% of all improv is comedy, but the full range of what improv can be is unlimited. In this workshop you will: * Get the opportunity to do dramatic work without worrying about whether or not you're being funny enough * Learn to slow down and connect with your scene partners * Learn to react naturally in the moment, without the safety net of "gagging out" * Learn to be emotional without being melodramatic * Create scenes based on and inspired by real secrets

WORKSHOP 5: SELL YOURSELF SHORT
INSTRUCTOR: Paul Marks
In this workshop we will jump into short form improv games that get the crowd excited. We will discuss and showcase games that won't cause the audience to wonder what is going on; and, we'll work on team chemistry. The Over The Counter improv session will also go in depth and about warming up a crowd, tweaking games to make them funnier for the stage, and reviewing the qualities of a good host. It promises to be a totally different workshop experience.

SAT 10/1 4:00PM-6:00PM

WORKSHOP 1: INTRO TO IMPROVISED SINGING
INSTRUCTOR: Joey Hassid
Singing can be one of the most fun and rewarding parts of an improv show. Learn some simple, fun and practical guidelines to help make your songs feel effortless to both you and the audience. (note: we will be singing in this class, with Joey on keyboard!).

WORKSHOP 2: KEEPING IT SIMPLE
INSTRUCTOR: Regina Saisi
Pay attention to your scene partner because the two of you are about to create magic. After a show ever find yourself regretting missing the moment? This workshop will focus on making your partner the most valuable asset you have and vice versa.

WORKSHOP 3: BEGINNING THE IMPROVISED STAGE PLAY FORMAT
INSTRUCTOR: Dave Dennison
Improvising a full length three act play has it's own set of challenges: only one character per player, only two time jumps and a single location where all the action takes place. To make it all work you have to have a solid foundation: defining, repeating and reinforcing the names, tone, location, relationships, and characters that will see this story through to the end.

WORKSHOP 4: A WORLD IN AN INSTANT
INSTRUCTOR: Lisa Rowland
This workshop will explore the most compelling moments of a long-form improvisation: the first ones. At the beginning of a story, the characters must fully inhabit the world that the improvisors are creating in the moment. Explore the creation of a rich world and the process of creating a multi-dimensional environment that will make for a more truthful and engaging story all the way through.

WORKSHOP 5: BREAKING OPEN THE MONKEY BARREL
INSTRUCTOR: Kit FitzSimons
Do you hate scenes that drag on, and do you dread the empty stage between them? Don't limit yourself to what "comes next" or what your form says you "have" to do. This workshop will teach you how to go to the fun--NOW. Get more post-show high-fives and handshakes than you've ever had before and never feel stuck again. It's not What If; it's What WHEN.

Performance GroupsBBCF 2011TOP 
Automatic Improv AUTOMATIC IMPROV
SHOW: THU 9/29 8:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Automatic Improv relies on suggestions from the audience to create hilarious, fast-paced, completely improvised comedy. No two shows are alike. If you don't know what that means it's kinda like Whose Line Is It Anyway except we are mostly unemployed.
ASTRONAUT UNIVERSITY
SHOW: FRI 9/30 8:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Four Improvisors, Four Astronauts... Think Armageddon/Bad Ass space epic journey meets long form improvisational comedy! Everything you want to see in improv and SPACE!
Astronaut University
Cineprov CINEPROV
SHOW: THU 9/29 8:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Recent winners of Best Live Comedy In Atlanta, Cineprov! puts their hysterical spin on some of the biggest and worst Hollywood has to offer. Cineprov! is making fun of movies so you don't have to!
DAD'S GARAGE THEATRE CO.
SHOW: THU 9/29 8:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Dad's Garage is a casual theatre in Atlanta where you can get a drink, sit with your friends, and watch award-winning Comedy Improv and never-before-seen plays. Theatre in America is often thought of as elitist and Dad's Garage is a perfect example of artists working to change that label. We do the kind of theatre we would want to see. Our improv shows are made up on the spot, our mainstage shows are all innovative and original, and our children's show is the only one of its kind being done. When we're on stage, there are few boundaries and hardly any rules. We believe in taking chances. The riskier, the better.
Dad's Garage Theatre Co.
Drug Money DRUG MONEY
SHOW: SAT 10/1 10:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
2011 Black Box Comedy Tournament Champions - Drug Money is a team of cut-throat improv thugs assembled by none other than Curtis Smythe, a seasoned veteran of the comedy trade. Watch out. Drug Money is gonna get'cha.
DUSK: IMPROVISED TWEEN EROTICA As the Fall season draws near, the nights grow longer and mere mortals flee the shadowy places where werewolves and vampires are once again on the prowl. Blood will be spilled, chests will sparkle, but virginity will be preserved at all cost when Dusk: Improvised Tween Erotica arrives in Atlanta. After a sold-out first run at the Salvage Vanguard Theater in Austin in 2009, the show was extended to include a multi-state tour, bringing the tales of deeply-conflicted, adolescent sexuality to Chicago and New York in 2010. Having received a nomination for the B. Iden Payne Award and placing 5th in the Austin Chronicle's Top 9 Creative Arts Listing, the cast is now preparing to take the rich, guilty pleasure of everyone's favorite vampire saga back to the stage. Dusk: Improvised Tween Erotica
Ground Control GROUND CONTROL
SHOW: WED 9/28 8:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Get ready to blast off into a Sci-Fi improvised movie adventure! Ground Control's mission starts when they get an audience suggestion of the name of a science fiction movie that's never been made before. From there, strap on your seat belt, roll down your windows, and hold on to your butts because you're about to witness a one of a kind improvised movie spectacular! (Safety Goggles are optional, but highly recommended)
HOLY 19060'S BATMAN, BATMAN! Listen up, ol' chum! This is not your typical improv show, so look out! Expect clever and cunning costumes (we're talkin' full-out spandex and tights!), spectacular sounds and stunts, fist-flying fights, gullible Gothamites, heinous henchmen, vile villains, mystifying molls, and a certain delightfully daring dynamic duo! Deano Jones and Kaci Beeler star as Batman and Robin, in homage to the work of Adam West and Burt Ward. They are joined by an all-star ensemble cast. Round that out with a team of terrific technical improvisers ready to WHAM! BIFF! and POW! with lights, sound effects, and musical scoring - and you have an enlightening and invigorating evening of entertainment worth leaving your cave for! Holy 19060's Batman, Batman!
Improv Playhouse of San Fancisco IMPROV PLAYHOUSE OF SAN FANCISCO Improv Playhouse of San Francisco members Tim Orr, Regina Saisi, Lisa Rowland and Dave Dennison return to BBCF for an unprecedented third year in a row. These renowned pioneers of improvisational theatre have amazed and delighted Atlanta audiences with engaging, epic stories full rich characters and compelling relationships. Standing ovations are the norm.
IMPROV! THE MUSICAL
SHOW: THU 9/29 10:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
IMPROV! The Musical is Atlanta's source for spontaneous, unscripted theatre performed in the Broadway tradition. I!tm thrills and amazes by using an audience-suggested title to inspire a riveting comedic story seamlessly woven together with live accompaniment, dance numbers, complex harmonies and catchy songs.
IMPROV! The Musical
In Harm's Way IN HARM'S WAY
SHOW: SAT 10/1 8:00PM - STUDENT CENTER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
They are mercenaries who, with the help of the ever dependable DMV, discarded their previous identities. These soldiers of misfortune do not belong to any one affiliation, but are instead a movement for the people, by the people. Since 2004, they have been performing ground breaking improvisational comedy together with nothing but their wits and a crud audience suggestion. They are In Harm's Way. Let them save you, too.
LAUGHING MATTERS
SHOW: WED 9/28 8:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Laughing Matters is Atlanta's longest running improvisational comedy troupe. We've performed for thousands of groups since 1985 and have been voted Atlanta's best improv troupe by Atlanta Magazine! Let us get you involved in a great time! Laughing Matters is also the leading provider of interactive corporate entertainment on the East Coast! Troupe members and alumni regularly perform on stage and screen! Laughing Matters has also developed programs that have been used in product launches, national team building exercises, and award presentations. Whether you want to come see one of our public improv shows, book a private murder mystery, or help your organization communicate more effectively, Laughing Matters is your turn key solution!
Laughing Matters
Let's Try This! LET'S TRY THIS! Let's Try This! is the offical theatre improv troupe of DramaTech. The troupe was formed in the summer of 1989, inspired by workshops taught by Robert Lowe, who has remained a constant source of help and inspiration to us. As our name suggests we will try many things, from games to short scenes to long-form to what-in-the-world-was-that? We have many directors with different styles amongst ourselves making our shows quite diverse, however we all share a common belief in being in the moment and making our partners perfect.
MAFIAPROV
SHOW: FRI 9/30 8:00PM - STUDENT CENTER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Maybe Sherman is a group of Upright Citizens Brigade trained comedians with a penchant for the Mafia lifestyle. They live large and deliver the funny. EVERY. TIME. MafiaProv is a fully improvised Mafia Saga based on an audience suggestion. The audience sees an entire bloody mafia family feud played out without censors or silencers.
Mafiaprov
Mock Turtle Soup MOCK TURTLE SOUP
SHOW: SAT 10/1 8:00PM - STUDENT CENTER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Mock Turtle Soup is the official improv troupe of Clemson University. Formed in the Fall of 2002, MTS has provided Clemson and the surrounding area with 6 years of quality Short-form and Long-form improvisation.
MURDER SCIENCE
SHOW: SAT 10/1 8:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Nobody knows how to do everything. Except WikiHow.com, that is. WikiHow can provide tips, warnings and step-by-step instructions for how to do ANYTHING. And armed with the random article button, Kit FitzSimons and Aaron Keck will show you just that: How To Do ANYTHING, as told by random strangers on the Internet that you wouldn't trust with your kids but who you WOULD trust to tell you How To Outrun A Bear.
Murder Science
Over the Counter Improv OVER THE COUNTER IMPROV
SHOW: FRI 9/30 8:00PM - STUDENT CENTER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Over te Counter (OTC) is excited to showcase their unique style of short form improv comedy to entertain the Black Box crowd. With routines made up on the spot, audience participation games, and puppetry for adults, it is sure to make you laugh out loud, or if not that, maybe at least smile, or if not that, it'll make you wish you were somewhere else!!! One of those feelings will occur. For the sake of the group's ego, please work on your fake laughter until we see you in September.
REVIS AND ZEISS
SHOW: THU 09/28 10:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Jay Revis and Craig Zeiss explore life's circumstances through improv, searching for the meaning, purpose, and honesty that lies in the human condition. Through this exploration, they expose the inherent humor in everything that makes us human.
Revis and Zeiss
Theatre Stike Force THEATRE STIKE FORCE
SHOW: FRI 9/30 8:00PM - STUDENT CENTER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
The Sunday Group is the flagship long-form troupe of Theatre Strike Force. TSF is the premier improvisation and sketch comedy group at the University of Florida and performs shows on campus every semester for students and organizations. Additionally, the Sunday Group travels to regional festivals throughout the southeast and has competed in the College Improv Tournament for the past 3 years. They've gone on to compete in the CIT Nationals in Chicago from the Southeast Region for the last 2 years
3 MEN AND A LITTLE LADY
SHOW: FRI 9/30 8:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
What weighs 875 pounds, is 23 and a half feet tall, and full of chuckles? Three Men and a Little Lady! With a white board full of your suggestions and minds full of wit, Three Men and a Little Lady are out to make you laugh! Join David Appleton, Jason Groce, Betsy Harper and Tommy Hutchins as they prove that comedy really does come in all sizes. And who said size doesn't matter?
3 Men and a Little Lady
2 Girls 3 Eyes 2 GIRLS 3 EYES
SHOW: SAT 10/1 8:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
Diversity is the key to 2Girls3Eyes. Our lives range from lawyers, engineers, recruiters and event planners to baristas, writers, vending machine franchisees, and mortal combat champions - and that's when we're not improv'ing!! 2G3E is a troupe of friends who fulfill dreams together and support each other. The strength in their friendship is seen through scene-work which will pull at your heart strings and tickle your funny bone!!
VILLAGE THEATRE
SHOW: THU 9/29 10:00PM - DRAMATECH THEATER - DRAMATECH THEATRE
The Village Theatre is a professional improv comedy theatre based in Atlanta. Our improv comedy troupe has been performing together for over a decade in and around ATL. We perform long and short form improv comedy and have shows Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8:30 pm. Tickets are only which provides Atlantans with a very affordable evening of outrageous entertainment. We also offer improv classes, workshops and private shows. Visit villagecomedy.com
Village Theatre

Workshop InstructorsBBCF 2011TOP 
KaciBeeler.pngKACI BEELER
WORKSHOP: Romance and Intamacy Onstage
Kaci Beeler is an extremely prolific actor and artist from Austin, Texas. Kaci a company member with Parallelogramophonograph as well as the Director of Design at the Hideout Theatre where she also teaches, performs and directs improvised theatre on a regular basis. She has performed in hundreds of shows and productions in Austin and has toured to more than 25 North American cities, 2 Canadian provinces, dozens of improv festivals, and most recently Edinburgh, Scotland to perform and teach.


MandyButler.pngMANDY BUTLER
WORKSHOP: Meisner in Improv
Mandy Butler holds a BA in Theatre Performance from Georgia College & State University and an MFA in Theatre Pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has taught Meisner in Improv master classes at many improv festivals and studios. As an adjunct faculty member at VCU, she taught undergraduate classes in Meisner, Acting, and Longform Improvisation. Mandy has been studying the Meisner Technique for twelve years and earned her Meisner teacher certification through Larry Silverberg's True Acting Institute at Willamette University. She is currently working on turning her thesis, Meeting Sanford Meisner: An Investigation of the Origins, Development, and Practical Application of the Meisner Technique, into a very nerdy book.


DaveDennison.pngDAVE DENNISON
WORKSHOP: Beginning the Improvised Stage Play Format
Dave's love affair with improvisational theater began at BATS Improv in 1993. He has been a member of the Mainstage Company at BATS since 1998 and served as the Artistic Director from 2005-2008. Dave has played with a number of improv troupes including Scratch Theater, The Particulars and Star Trekkin and as a guest with True Fiction Magazine and the Secret Improv Society to name a few. In 2003, he developed the Family Drama 3 act stage play format at BATS. Dave and Lisa Rowland developed the Awkward Dinner Party format in 2008. He has been teaching Improv for five years at BATS and Stanford University, working with beginning, intermediate and advanced students.


KitFitzSimons.pngKIT FITZSIMONS
WORKSHOP: Break Open the Monkey Barrel
Performer, coach and DJ Ninja at the DSI Comedy Theater in Carrboro, Kit FitzSimons has been performing, coaching and teaching improv since 1999. He performs with Murder Science (at this year's BBCF), Banana Breakup, Heartbreaker, Maximum Power and more. Always more. His current official job title is Digital Media Dynamo. He's got business cards to prove it. Boom.


JoeyHassid.pngJOEY HASSID
WORKSHOP: Intro to Improvised Singing
Joey Hassid is a musician and improviser in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has played well over 100 shows with BATS Improv, Big City Improv, and Secret Improv Society. Highlights have included playing on the main stage of the San Francisco Theater Festival, closing the opening night of the SF Improv Festival, and that one night at Secret Improv when he got to act in a scene and he was an astronaut that farted. When not improvising on stage, Joey teaches piano, goes to school, and makes music for his band, Courage (facebook.com/couragesongs).


RoyJanik.pngROY JANIK
WORKSHOP: Dramatic Improv
Roy Janik is a co-owner and the Artistic Director of The Hideout Theatre in Austin, Texas. He is the creator and director of Austin Secrets, The Hideout's wildly successful show inspired by PostSecret. Roy is also a company member of the internationally touring, award-winning improv troupe Parallelogramophonograph, whose forays into dramatic improv include Villainy (villain-centric stories) and Eris 2035 (psychological science fiction).


ShannonJenkins.pngSHANNON JENKINS
WORKSHOP: Purposeful Characters, Impactful Storytelling
Shannon Jenkins received the bulk of his improv training with Dad's Garage Theatre Company and Jackpie Theatre Workshop in Atlanta. His performances have been seen at local venues such as Relapse Theatre, Village Theatre, Dad's Garage and The Earl, which hosts the monthly improv competition Catch 23. Shannon has also performed on stages in Austin, Charleston and Nashville. His is an associate producer of the Black Box Comedy Festival and is currently a long-form instructor at Relapse University.


MichaelJoplin.pngMICHAEL JOPLIN
WORKSHOP: Vin Diesel Improv
With a degree in Theater from The University of Texas @ Austin and over 14 years of professional improv experience, Michael Joplin has paid his dues in the improv world. He is also a heavily trained in shakespearean acting and drama. He has performed in improv festivals and college campuses all over the country. He is a member of the Available Cupholders, The Knuckleball Now and Dusk: Improvised Twilight. He is an improv teacher for Merlin-Works in Austin, Texas.


PaulMarks.pngPAUL MARKS
WORKSHOP: Sell Yourself Short
Paul began doing improv 6 years ago with the idea of forming his own troupe. Having run a successful business for more than 20 years, Paul was eager to start a 2nd business and formed Over The Counter improv 2 years ago. Since that time Over The Counter improv has gone on to have record sellout crowds at every show for the past year. Every instructional class has sold out too. Paul wants to share his unique improv style and entrepreneur skills to help other troupes. OverTheCounterimprov.com


ShanaMerlin.pngSHANA MERLIN
WORKSHOP: How To Save a Scene that Sucks
Awarded "Best Improv Teacher" and "Best Female Improviser" by the Austin Improv Collective, Shana Merlin has been a professional improviser since 1995 performing in improv festivals in Amsterdam, Calgary, Seattle. Shana performs in the improv troupes Girls Girls Girls Improvised Musicals, the winner of "Best Improv Troupe" in Austin Chronicle, the Austin Critics Table Award winning duo Get Up and directs and performs in Dusk: Improvised Tween Erotica, a Twilight Parody on national tour in 2010.


JamieMoore.pngJAMIE MOORE
WORKSHOP: Back to Basics 707
Jamie has been acting since birth. Improv is his first love and he has trained and worked with the likes of Second City, UCB, and The Groundlings. He has appeared in numerous films and television shows including "One Tree Hill", "Army Wives", "House of Payne" just to name a few and nearly 100 commercials. He has been teaching for 15 years in the areas of stage, film, improvisation and much more. He is as diversified as he is talented.


JayRevis.pngJAY REVIS
WORKSHOP: Discovery vs. Invention
Jay Revis is half of the Improv duo "Revis and Zeiss", which performs weekly at Relapse Theatre in Atlanta and around the country on the festival circuit. Jay was formerly the Associate Director of education for Jackpie Theatre Workshop. He specializes in realistic improv, and has studied improv and acting with numerous teachers from around the country. Sometimes he's funny.


LisaRowland.pngLISA ROWLAND
WORKSHOP: A World in an Instant
Lisa began improvising in The Devil Mountain Improv League at her high school in Walnut Creek, CA in 1997. She moved on to become an active member of the Stanford Improvisers at Stanford University and then joined San Francisco's BATS Improv Company in 2005. At BATS, she has directed shows, taught improv classes in dialect and Shakespeare, as well as leading corporate improv trainings. She coaches high school improv teams and is also a regular guest improv coach at Stanford University. She and Dave Dennison developed Awkward Dinner Party in 2008.


ReginaSaisi.pngREGINA SAISI
WORKSHOP: Keep It Simple
Regina Saisi has been a professional actor/improvisor and teacher for 25 years. Her theatrical experience includes work with such directors as Maria Irene Fornes, Jose Rivera, Darrah Cloud and Gary Leon Hill. The focus of her work throughout her career has been improvisational theatre. She has been deeply involved in the fertile San Francisco improvisation community, helping to start several improv companies including Riot Squad, Improv Theatre, Pulp Playhouse, and her current company True Fiction Magazine. She is currently the Dean of the BATS School of Improv.


BobWood.pngBOB WOOD
WORKSHOP: Improv as an Art Form
After seven years of paying his dues at Whole World Theatre, Bob left in November 2004 to found Relapse Comedy Theatre in Midtown Atlanta. He credits teacher and best friend, David Webster, creator of Whole World, as the inspiration for his style of improv - organic, free-flowing, and centered on what is truly real and in the heart.


BBCF 2011 HISTORICAL RECORD