Hit and Run: Musical Improv®

Playing Friday nights at 9:00 PM.
Tickets are $13 advance, $15 door.

Colorado's ORIGINAL unscripted musical improv comedy team!  Based on the suggestion of a title from the audience, the performers of Hit and Run: Musical Improv create an unscripted hour-long Broadway-style comedy musical from scratch.  HNR features live accompaniment, dancing, soaring ballads, and more emotional outbursts than Rent and The Phantom Of The Opera combined.  Sondheim and Lloyd Webber take years to write a musical, but HNR creates a brand new one every week.  You won't want to miss it!


Cast Members

Jeffrey Graves :

Jeffrey Graves

JEFFREY GRAVES witnessed a murder out his apartment window, but cannot investigate due to a broken leg. He's planning on sending Grace Kelly into potential danger in his stead.

Mel Evans :

Mel Evans

New Jersey by way of Chicago. She performed with the Second City (NCL). At ImprovOlympic, she performed with many IO Harold teams, as well as Group Therapy, several Halloween shows, and a multi-year run of Our Feature Presentation: the Improvised Movie (directed by the late great Jason Chin.) She is a founding cast member of HitchCocktails at the Annoyance Theater, which was voted Chicago's best improv show in 2016 and runner-up in 2015 through the Chicago Reader. Mel performed, coached, and taught through ComedySportz Chicago for many years, including directing Smashed! the improvised bachelorette party, many children's shows, and writing/directing such Christmas classics as Oops! I Christmassed Again and It's a Bieberful Life. She performed with WhoProv, We Were Promised Magic, and the Broiler Room at the Second City Skybox. She also performed with Improvised Jane Austen, Big Yellow Bus, The Basic Eight, The Davenports, Out of Character, The Blog Report, and Tucker Max at the Playground Theater. She wrote and performed sketch comedy with the Nick and Jessica Variety Hour. She has written over 100 Bro's Guides for BroJackson.com. Mel hosts An Hour with Your Ex podcast with her husband Mark Colomb.

Randy Gibbons :

Randy Gibbons

Randy is married to Sue, his lifelong soulmate of almost 30 years, and has four lovely and talented daughters: Ashley, Lauren, Rachel, and Kate. Randy has been involved in theater productions during the late eighties and early nineties including, “The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe”, “It’s a Wonderful Life”, “Oh What a Tangled Web”, and starring roles as Sidney Lipton in Neil Simon’s “God’s Favorite” and as Jacob Marley in “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol”.

For the last 20 years he’s spent the majority of his time working on his IT career. Then, in early 2014, enrolled in classes with the Grafenberg Playschool to learn long form improv. His show credits include “Happy Hour” and “An Improvised Christmas Carol”, and is currently playing with three teams, “Strange Bedfellows”, “War Tiger”, and of course “Hit n Run”, the Broadway Musical improv show!

Steve Wilder :

Steve Wilder

Steve Wilder is an alumnus of iO West and Second City Hollywood and has been improvising and performing for over 23 years. He has performed with and studied under Michael Pollock, the musical director of Second City Hollywood and the premier improv accompanist in the country, and Shulie Cowen, the founder and director of Opening Night: The Improvised Musical in Hollywood. Steve has had the pleasure of performing and teaching at the Los Angeles Improv Festival; the New York Musical Improv Festival; the New York Improv Festival; the Out Of Bounds Comedy Festival in Austin, Texas; the Montreal Improv Festival; the Duke City Improv Festival in Albuquerque, New Mexico; and the Denver Improv Festival and Colorado Improv Festival.

Ted Kuenz :

Ted Kuenz

A veteran of stage and screen, Ted has had the privilege to serve as President for Magic Moments Inc. a non-profit theater company that benefits the disabled community. Having worked professionally as a performer for many years, he is currently the spokesperson for Renewal by Andersen. Ted has been the musical director for a variety of improv groups including the IO West, Second City LA, and locally Hit and Run, Queerbots, and Cult Following at the Denver Center for Performing Arts.