Sam holds a Master of Divinity, is married with a kid, began pursuing improv in 2013 at iO Chicago and joined INDYPROV in 2015. Like all defrocked clergyman, Sam now works for a non-profit, more specifically the Indiana Construction Roundtable Foundation.
Katie has been performing improv comedy in Indianapolis for the past 4 years, when she graduated from college with a degree in Education and graduated from Indyprov classes with no degree at all. When she’s not switching left, she spends her time teaching youths in the classroom or performing stand up around the city.
Christopher wakes up most days and then eats food throughout the day before going to sleep. In between sleeping and eating, you can see him performing as Coyote Chris with Silly Safaris. He loves McRibs™, his family and Pine trees. Also he is scared of aliens.
Joe graduated from Indiana State University in 2013 with a degree in theater, and has been doing improv for 10 years. From high school to a college troupe and now IndyProv. Joe also thinks there’s too many streaming services and would like everyone to calm down.
Shannon Samson is a long-time member of INDYPROV and a recent graduate of iO Chicago Training Center. She performs regularly with Dinner Detective Indianapolis and is active in local theater. Even though she is not a millennial, she hustles like one. Thank you, gig economy! Her proudest role is momager to her celebrity look-alike dog, Matt Damon.
Brittany wasn't named after Britney Spears, but that would have been an honor. After backpacking through the Midwest, it was time to settle down and start doing improv in the largest city in Indiana by population. She plans to retire in Michigan one day.
Austin is a small town boy who moved to the big city to live out his dream of pretending he knows how to be a real adult. He spends obscene amounts of time volunteering with Destination Imagination, a program teaching kids how to be creative and weird, so that’s pretty cool.
As a young person, Aldrich wanted to be a working artist, poor but happy, with a walk-up studio over a shop where he could make art all the time. He has since achieved these goals.
Adam has many accomplishments; most notably he has written his own bio.
David has been in IndyProv for a long time. He created the themed shows “ScoobyProv,” “Laugh” (An improvised take on the “Scream” movies) and “Saved by the Ding.” He also has a real life job.
When Nathan isn't doing improv he's watching movies, biking downtown, eating or sleeping. That's it. That's all he does.
Nolan Karwoski, of Carmel, joined IndyProv unexpectedly in July of 2015. He survives by keeping bees and chickens in his backyard. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Indyprov. Nolan wishes to extend thanks to his family, friends and of course Danny Glover.
Eli is an Indianapolis native and started taking INDYPROV classes in 2016 to make new friends and work that creative muscle. Now she has a ton of new friends and that creative muscle is way too powerful for every day life.
Rachelle has been doing improv for half of her life, ever since her parents enrolled her in Professor Xavier's School for Gifted Toddlers. Laughing is her favorite. And dogs. And karaoke.
Tom is a backstage theatre person (fundraising, marketing, stage managing) who decided to go on-stage, but didn't want to memorize those pesky scripts. Hello, improv!
Metodij moved to Indy after graduating from a small school in West Philadelphia; where he was neither born, nor raised! He graduated with a doctorate in physical therapy in 2015 and joined Indyprov in 2019. He is originally from a small country in Eastern Europe, and you can call him Met.
Kerri is a licensed mental health counselor for vulnerable populations and volunteers regularly as a docent at the medical history museum. She claims an obsession with zombie movies that raises some questions, and has two opinionated cats who often disapprove of her life choices.