Gaybies

When:
October 6, 2016 @ 10:00 pm – 11:00 pm
2016-10-06T22:00:00-06:00
2016-10-06T23:00:00-06:00
Cost:
$8 advance, $10 door

$8 advance, $10 door

gaybiesGaybies is Denver’s only all-LGBT long-form improv ensemble, produced by Jon Jon & Co.  Not every scene we do is gay, but if you look closely enough you can find the queer in every situation.

Bios:

Rachael, 23 year old fighter of the night man, hails from the ass crack of Georgia.  You can find her… well you probably can’t because she’s already ghosted from the venue

Catey has been doing improv for almost 60 years. She works as a nurse welcoming babies earth side and promoting women’s super powers. She enjoys hiking the mountains of Colorado in the summer and the challenge of staying up-right on a snowboard in the winter. Most toddlers think she is tall.

Matt is an Oreos and peanut butter enthusiast.  He highly recommends smearing the peanut butter on the cookie first.  Once the cookie is covered to your liking, dunk it in some milk.  After dunking your cookie to your desired mushiness pop it into your mouth.  Repeat until uncomfortable.

Pam is a computational biologist who will analyze an improv scene like it’s a freaking DNA sequence. She has been doing improv in Denver since 2014.

Ryan began doing improv at Gonzaga before graduating and doing improve at Vanderbilt, continuing his tradition of doing improv at funnily named colleges. While living in the south for 6 years, he not only worked on his southern drawl, but was also a founding member of LOL Nashville which is still successfully going despite his absence. Ryan can often be seen drinking fancy beer and vogueing at various locations on Colfax.

Marina is a California-born karaoke enthusiast.  Her better half is a little fluffy shelter pup who constantly teaches her the importance of trust and stopping to smell the roses.  Her biggest accomplishment is being told she is too young to sit in the exit row of an airplane, a feat it only took her 28 years to achieve.

Michaela learned to improvise in college, that’s how she convinced her parents to let her major in theatre. Ask her about being a thespian.