Danielle’s career in the arts began when she moved to Los Angeles and co-directed/produced the indie feature, Lime Salted Love, which aired on Showtime’s The Movie Channel in 2013. She later made Cowboys and Indians: The Great Diversion, a short film that was featured on Crooks and Liars.
Her most recent work is a video project based on an interview she did with Professor Noam Chomsky, Noam Chomsky and the Invincible Sound of Listening, which is currently featured on Huffington Post. Misogyny’s Whore, Danielle’s next feature film, is centered around themes of redemption.
At The Pack, Danielle performs Monday nights with her improv teams Fussy and Belligerent, and the 2nd Wednesday of every month at TPT Sketch Night with her sketch comedy team Buckshot.
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Chelsea Christian is a writer for Buckshot. If you see a sketch about nu-metal, ancient riddles, or cryptids, it’s probably one of hers. She has performed and written for various Pack shows including Super Smash Sketch Bros, SAM Talks, Bill and Ted’s Excellent History Report, and Speedface. She also co-produces her husband Jason Wayne Christian’s monthly wrestling show, Jakked Wrestling Comedy. She saw Carly Rae Jepsen in concert in 2015 and she is still excited about it.