Kyle Chipman


Kyle Chipman was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, where he was a member of the Second City and Piven Theatre teen performing ensembles. He later received his degree in theatre from NYU, where he studied
at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and the Shanghai Theatre Academy (collectively). It is his dream that he will one day cripple the Freemasons, bringing down their scaffold of impious control with his
own goddamn hands.


Nick Kocher


Nick Kocher is 6 feet 2 inches tall. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia.
He is currently a senior Drama major at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He likes Tivo, Kurt Vonnegut, and not Pepsi. He has studied Improv at the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theater and performed
at various comedy festivals all over this great country. In addition
to Brave Aunt Beth, he is a founding member of the sketch comedy group BriTANicK. He thinks that you should go watch Tommy Wiseau's film "The Room" (you can thank him later for that).

Pete McElligott


Pete McElligott is a writer/actor who has resided in Chicago, New York, New Orleans, and Los Angeles, usually on a couch. He is a member of the teaching staff at Stella Adler Studio in NY, the performing staff at the NOLA Project in New Orleans, and the writing staff of Bear and Gum. He's Irish, awkward, and connects better with dogs than he does most people.


Grant O'Brien


Grant O'Brien is fine once you get to know him. His home town is Columbus Ohio, and he recently graduated from NYU with a degree in acting. He has trained at the Stella Adler Studio, Stonestreet Studio, and the Black Box Theater Company, and studied improv at the Upright Citizen's Brigade. As a comedian he has performed around New York and
at comedy festivals nationally. His social security number is 457-55-5462, but don't even try it because he totally signed up for LifeLock.

Kyle Williams

Kyle W

Kyle Williams is not a guy, in fact, she is a lady. Kyle is a recent graduate of the NYU drama program at Tisch and an avid member of the community. She has apeared in National sketch festivals, improv shows, and created a movement and dance company, so she is flexible. Currently she is working to save the whales and enjoys being credited with inventing plaid.