HUMANS – Improv Comedy

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

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HUMANS do.
HUMANS do a show.
HUMANS do a show for you.

HUMANS is an improv show and an improv team. Together Asa Erlendson, Reid Fenlaw, Bre Forkes and Joseph Wolff Phillips perform a monoscene. One scene. One location. Similar in some ways to a one act play, HUMANS will take you to a variety of scenarios ranging from slice of life to the surreal.

Asa Erlendson wears many hats in the realm of improvisation. A performer, a teacher, and always a student, he has been improvising for nine years and does not plan to stop. He has performed in festivals in Denver, Austin, Omaha, Detroit, Chicago, and New York City. Outside of improv, he loves dancing, the Denver Public Library, and riding his bicycle.

Bre Forkes has been improvising since 2009. She started in college at the University of Northern Colorado where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Acting. After that, she trained in Chicago with Second City’s Comedy Studies program. She’s been doing improv in Denver since 2012, graduating from Bovine Metropolis and Grafenberg Productions. She’s played in the Denver Improv Festival, the Orange County Improv Festival, the Houston Improv Festival, the Chicago Improv Festival, and the Omaha Improv Festival. She loves her team HUMANS and also loves Sour Patch Kids in this order: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue.

Joseph Wolff Phillips is a Denver native who trained in Chicago and Los Angeles at i.O., i.O. West, Second City, Second City Hollywood and The Annoyance Theater. He once came in 3rd place in a Street Fighter II tournament in Aurora and was sophomore class president while attending Hinkley High School.

Reid Fenlaw grew up in Tomball, Texas. His interest in the performing arts began when he played the role of Constable in Fiddler on the Roof. He studied musical theater at Houston Baptist University and began improvising with the Rex Fleming Players. Reid moved to Denver after joining Up With People and never looked back. He loves blue checkered shirts and Korean BBQ.