This Infinite Closet Presents Improv in the Dark
Rated PG13 – 35 minutes
(paired with Re: The Art of Everyday Politics)
9/25 6:30pm & 9/26 8:00pm @ Frenetic Theater
This Infinite Closet performs a Bat – a surreal auditory form of improv done in total darkness. This mélange of Station Theater alumni, students & instructors came together over their shared love of absurd storylines, entertaining characters and experimental sound. The troupe consists of Roger Anderson, Jessica Brown, Matt Graham, Laura Helmers, Monica Marcha, Nicholas Martinez, Steven Saltsman and Antoine W.B.
Antoine W.B. graduated from Station Theater’s Comedy Conservatory in 2012 and has since performed in various Station house troupes as well as in several festivals.
Jessica Brown is a destination marketer by day and Station Theater improv performer, instructor & coach by night. She also oversees marketing for Station and a couple of badass comedy festivals. Jess is a graduate of ComedySportz Houston and The New Movement training programs and is a member of the 2014 Frenetic Theater Artist Board.
Laura Helmers has been performing improv for six years. She is a faculty member at Station Theater and enjoys teaching young improvisers the joys of comedy!
Matt Graham is a member of the teaching faculty and performs improvisational comedy at Houston’s Station Theater.
Monica Marcha has been doing improv for about a year and she truly loves all the different things that it can be. She’s so happy to have found a family in her Bat-mates.Nicholas Martinez is a graduate of Station Theater’s Comedy Conservatory. He performs with several Station Theater troupes and has really great hair.
Roger Anderson is a Houston area improv performer, teacher and coach. He’s an improv program graduate of both The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater LA and Austin’s The New Movement Theater, as well as being a trained vocalist.Steven Saltsman is a pretty cool dude. Among other things, he has 8 years of experience performing and teaching improv, a degree in chemical engineering, and a hand puppet in his own likeness.