Lena Brooks is a writer, actor, and improvisor based in the SF Bay Area. She has performed and screened work at SF Sketchfest, The Del Close Marathon, Funny Women Fest LA, and weekly in San Francisco with Endgames Improv. When she's not working on her edgy prestige docu-dramedy for the Lifetime® channel, she spends her time saying hi to every dog.
Matt Dunn is an improviser, writer, and sketch actor from Oakland, CA. He was trained at Improv Boston and Endgames Improv. In addition to writing and performing with Naptime Comedy, he performs with a few different improv teams. When Matt is not comedying he enjoys growing his beard and hiking. Is this what you're looking for as far as a bio, Eric? Maybe someone can add some jokes to punch this up? You're not writing that last part down are you?
Dan Lewis is a comedy writer and performer living in Oakland, CA. His training at San Francisco's EndGames Improv went smoothly, mainly because they told him to always be listening, something his high school and university may have neglected to mention. In his free time he likes to cook, play music, and count, and once you get to know him he can be a real introvert. Likes: Some reasonable people who don't small-talk, people who don't whistle in public, movies that aren't stupid, positivity.
Emily Markoe is an actor and writer based in San Francisco, CA. Trained as an opera singer at the New England Conservatory of Music, she now only dons viking helmets on special occasions – and usually just to frighten people. Emily has performed nationally at SF Sketchfest, Austin Out of Bounds, and The Pack Improv Festival. Her film The Makeover appeared at the San Francisco Independent Film Festival, the Alameda International Film Festival, and the North Bay Film & Art Festival.
Eric Roller is a writer and director living in the Bay Area. He's an alum of Endgames Improv training, an occasional sketch teacher, and was a writer for The Examined Life, a monthly sketch show in San Francisco. His work has been seen at SF Sketchfest, on Funny or Die, and more. Eric works as a copywriter by day (and sometimes by night), and his reflection appears on TV daily.
Jon Skulski has been studying and teaching improv and sketch for five years. He has twice completed iO's summer intensive in Chicago and is a performer with Endgames in San Francisco. He is currently a member of house team, Cat Dance. He believes good improv comes from a place of confident, honest silliness. You can read his experiences and theories at http://improvfordumbidiots.tumblr.com/