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Go Comedy! Improv Theater announces inaugural cast

By | 2018-01-16T16:45:14-05:00 September 4th, 2008|Entertainment|

Go Comedy! Improv Theater announced their inaugural casts for the All Star Showdown at 8 and 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Auditions were held in early August with more than 100 people vying for a chance to perform with the new theater located at 261 E Nine Mile Road in Ferndale, and three casts were selected to perform.
The Resident Company includes Lauren Bickers, Troy Davies, Chris DiAngelo, Anne Faba, Garrett Fuller, Michael Hovitch, Pj Jacokes, Suzie Jacokes, Heather Kovacik, Louie Krause, Tim Krzyczkowski, Bryan Lark, Jaime Moyer, Scott Myers, Matt Naas, Jamen Spitzer, Cara Trautman and Mike Wilson. The Resident cast will also feature Dave Davies, Joe Davis, David Herbst and Quintin Hicks.
The House Team, serving as understudies to the Resident Company and performing on Thursday nights, includes Dyan Bailey, Billy Crawford, Tiffany Jones, Gary Lehman, Sean May, Bill Nicholson, Lesley Phillips and Billy Zakolshi.
The Launch Group, a showcase for the area’s upcoming improvisers, will perform on Wednesday nights and includes Steve Forbes, Julia Garlotte, Sarah Grogan, Jen Hansen, Jeff Mansk, Nate Mitchell, Ryan Parmenter, Tommy Simon, Meghan Trudell and Ce-Anne Yates.
Upon opening, Go Comedy! will offer the finest in improv and sketch comedy, a fully realized training center and already offers road shows, classes and workshops available for private parties, corporations and schools.
For more information, call 248-327-0575 or visit http://www.gocomedy.net.

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