All QP staff members are also regular performers. Pretty talented bunch, eh?
Our fearless leaders keep the group inspired, educated, and visible online:
Jamie loves the smell of campfire in hair.
"Improv is a magical way to keep my fear of commitment alive and well. No lines to memorize, no permanence. Pure moments. So, in fact, improv is a major commitment of mine. I have put more years into improv than anything else really; it is a true love of my life."
"I am a Production Designer on films in Vancity, winning a Leo Award in 2018 for a short drama. I love to build spaces, bringing my design and character sense together. I also own a dog care company!"
Alex loves vegan things that aren't apples. Purple. Harold and Maude. Brie the dog is her real favourite.
"I started doing improv at the Brody Theatre in Portland, Oregon in 2013. I took classes at a bunch of places and eventually wandered into QueerProv and the rest is history."
"I'm an unregistered (aka renegade) social worker. I like crafts and naps."
Dan loves his dog Kai... and also his husband.
"I started performing improv in my elementary school drama club - been doing it ever since. Trained with QueerProv and the VTSL Rookie League and at the UCB Theatre and Annoyance Theatre in New York City."
Corporate leadership coach with The Humphrey Group
I started at Loose Moose Theatre in Calgary when I was 14 and I fell in love. I jumped into every class and show I could, and now I’m in Vancouver with a improv company that celebrates community and good people. I couldn’t be happier.
I want to be an educator by day and a storyteller by night and bring joy 24/7
Especially A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers!
"I began improvising in high school and truly got bitten by the improv bug in 2011, when I took classes at iO in Chicago. I picked up improv again this year thanks to Blind Tiger's Inclusion and Diversity program!"
"I'm an avocado sorter by day, drag thing and stand up comedian by night, a cat father always and generally always want to be at home with a good book."