Check out the amazing line-up for Big Blue Door’s fall 2018 improv ensemble Product Placement, directed by Joel Jones! Performing with Latte Farm!
Susan Gorman is a passionate singer and dancer whose talents are vastly underappreciated by her family. Her day jobs include working on the winery she founded with her husband and making leather toe guards for roller derby skaters (True fact!). She is a past member of Feminine Hijinks, The Bitter End, The Living Room, Colorblind Astronauts, Mr Mammal, and Dancing Pilots!
Kirk Martini. Kirk performs on stage weekly at UVa, subjecting architecture students to the stress of structural design. He grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and still misses cool summers and the sound of fog horns. He can sometimes be seen in yoga class at ACAC, working to avoid a faceplant while jumping into bakasana. He’s performed on Big Blue Door groups Half Price Candy, Dancing Pilots, Suburban Dictionary, and many more!
Debby Prum is a transplanted New England native, banjoist, and fiction writer who took up improv in Big Blue Door’s second year after being prodded relentlessly by a friend. She was on Big Blue Door’s first improv ensemble, Lady Pills, and many since! She writes short stories, movie and book reviews, essays that air on NPR stations and in newspapers and magazines, and writes histories for young adults. She also teaches workshops on the craft of writing. Check out her latest doings on her blog.
Marjory Ruderman. Marjory Ruderman is a consultant and writer of humor, fiction, and public health reports. She has performed with Mr Mammals, Colorblind Astronauts, Feminine Hijinks, and The Living Room. She was one of thousands of people cheering in the stands for a pretend baseball game during the filming of the movie Bull Durham. That was thirty years ago, but she still enjoys yelling for no reason.
David Luzader David is a long time performer with Big Blue Door. In addition to improv, he is a podcaster and stand up comedian. He can be found sharing his thoughts on the Movie-Go-Round podcast every week. For additional information on his podcast and stand up appearances, follow him on Twitter and Instagram at davluz.
Rachel Edwards. Rachel brings her energy as an enthusiastic storyteller, turning real life situations into comedic acts. Friends who referred her to Big Blue Door know if there’s been an awkward scenario, she’s lived it. A former news anchor/producer turned freelancer, Rachel now adds improvisationalist to her resume.
Tim Gorman. Tim Gorman is new to performance improv, having recently completed glasses through the Big Blue Door (.org). He makes wine, manages his vineyard, and shakes his fist towards the rain gods at Cardinal Point, in Afton, Virginia.