Todd Kasen. Born and raised in the suburbs of New York, Todd Kasen uprooted his life to move to the greener pastures of Charlottesville in 2016. During the weekdays, Todd spends his time engineering all sorts of neat stuff, but when off the clock, he enjoys skiing, kickball, and trivia. As a lover of great innovations, Todd has a fond appreciation of lasers and traffic signs. Todd last appeared in Big Blue Door’s winter team, Half-Price Candy.
Kelsey Keverline. Kelsey Keverline is the current token UVA student at Big Blue Door. She is a Public Policy and Biology double major and is most notable for her brief stint as a latte artist in Norfolk, VA. Kelsey last appeared in Big Blue Door’s winter team, Half-Price Candy.
Ripped from the comfort of NOVA Finn Mehigan now studies classics at our prestigious local U from NOVA. He’s been improvising with Big Blue Door since the fall of 2014. Candor dat viribus alas. Past groups include Driver’s Ed, Short Term Analysis, The Echo, Sleepover, Dance Monkey, and The Experience.
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.
Sally Trude was born in Santa Monica, CA. She moved to the East Coast in 1992 and to Crozet in 2004. She loves cats, kittens, and quilting. Sally blogs about quilting at The Objects of Design. Sally last performed with Mr Mammals.
Ryan Wender was actually born in Amityville, NY (the famous horror movie locale). He came Charlottesville three years ago by way of Nelson County. He’s been a regular performer with the Hamner Improv Troupe and a dungeon master. These days Ryan works as a hospice nurse and supports Bernie Sanders. Past improv ensembles with Big Blue Door include The Helix.