KRISTEN KELLER (KK)
Who is she?
Kristen Keller is a professional actor and improviser who completed the improvisation program at Toronto's Second City, has trained with "Whose Line Is It Anyway’s?” musical improviser Laura Hall, and who currently performs with Orillia's 'Old Dance Hall Players'.
"KK" has performed and taught with improv troupes in Toronto, London, Orillia and Barrie, and has 12 years teaching experience as well as starting an improv school in Stratford.
Who is he?
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Who is she?
Stephanie Anderson is a Canadian performer, singer, choreographer, director and intimacy director. She is very involved in creating art wherever the opportunity presents itself. She has extensive dance, theatre and vocal training. She graduated from the Randolph Academy for Performing Arts and has been working in the industry ever since. As a performer she has worked with companies that include Smile Theatre Company, Vital Theatre Company, Sudbury Theatre Centre, The Rose Theatre and The Orillia Opera House. She is the resident choreographer at St.Andrew’s College and some of her work there was performed for Prince Harry himself! She continues to broaden her artistic horizons by immersing herself in all aspects of theatre. Currently she is enjoying the world of voice over cartoons and improv! Stephanie particularly enjoys being in an educational setting where she can share her knowledge with the upcoming generations. When she is creating art and working with emotion, she is in her element.
Who is he?
Ted Coach was reacquainted to theater life after many years, (and we mean manyyyyy years) with a production of "Mary Poppins" with the Kempenfelt Community Players in Barrie. From there he has acted in other shows for KCP, South Simcoe Theater in Cookstown, The Huronia Players in Midland, The Onstage Performance Group in Barrie and the Chesley Community Players. Being acquainted with members of the Old Dance Hall Players through KCP, Ted was alerted to the opportunity to attend improv classes hosted by ODHP, and after months of constant pestering and harassment, the members of the ODHP thought it was cheaper than getting a restraining order to just let Ted join the group. He has been enjoying it ever since and Ted hopes he puts smiles on faces every time he has the privilege of being on stage in front of you.