Erica Bardin is a writer/performer who transitioned from journalism into comedy shortly after getting her masters in journalism at USC. She founded her company EBar Productions to produce digital content including live action and animation.
On screen credits include: Comedy Central, Buzzfeed, MTV, AOK and Funny Or Die. Writing credits include: “My Little Ponies: Equestria Girls,” 2016 The Black List/Women in Film Fellow “Natural Hazards,” winner of best comedy by NATPE, Comedy Central’s “2 Girls 1 Cop,” and is currently in development on a feature with Panay Films.
Erica can be seen on stage performing comedy at various theaters around Los Angeles, including UCB, IO West and at the Pack Theater where she is a member of the house team Dr. America. You can also catch her podcast “Broad Jobs” with writing partner Susan Graham on iTunes. She is represented at Good Fear Film & Management. Her twitter handles are @EBarProductions and @5150ProdsLA, and you can see some of her comedy work at 5150productions.net.
Christopher Corbin is a performer that was born and raised in Los Angeles. He started improvising at the L.A. Connection in 1993. Since then he has studied at The Pack Theater, UCB, IO west, Groundlings, and any where else he could get some knowledge. His musical improv team Meaningful Touch runs an all musical improv show at the Clubhouse. Christopher is so proud to be on the house sketch team Dr. America, and the house improv team Rat Throat. Christopher can be seen acting on Jane The Virgin, 2 Broke Girls, Angie Tribeca, Casual, Mary + Jane, and in random commercials playing bad guys. If you want to know more go to ChristopherCorbinActing.com
Kyle Dodson is an LA based comedian and writer. He’s originally from Hollidaysburg, PA, named after a murdered family of settlers and home of the Slinky.
He co-hosts and produces the comedy/music podcast Rock Solid (www.rocksolidpodcast.com), writes for The Pack house team Dr. America, and is the Social Media Manager for AOK (https://twitter.com/ThisisAOK).
He can usually be found on Twitter arguing about Batman, pontificating about Wacky Races, or making sex jokes about the Hamburger Helper (https://twitter.com/KyleDodsonFunny).
Catherine Durickas is an actor and improviser currently performing with house sketch team Dr. America. She has studied at The Pack, UCB, Groundlings, Second City Hollywood, and Impro Studio. Catherine is the showrunner for Casting Call at Pack, which is the first Saturday of every month and is great. She can also be be found producing and appearing in shows at UCB including “Chats on Cats with Joey Clift,” the only late night cat themed talk show to ever exist. She appeared as Leslie in go90’s mockumentary comedy series “Up For Adoption,” and has also been seen on FOX, Buzzfeed, WhoHAHA, Funny Or Die, and YouTube.
She is repped by Mark Blake Management and The Library Agency.
Michael Gabriel is an actor/writer from Columbus, Ohio. He started playing football in the 2nd grade, eventually being recruited to play at Yale University. After realizing there’s more to life than 6am work outs and eating 7000 calories a day, he quit, lost 75 lbs, and began performing comedy with Yale improv group Just Add Water. After graduating with a GPA slightly higher than George W Bush’s, Michael moved to Los Angeles to pursue comedy and acting. He’s been in commercial spots for Hewlett Packard, CrossPaths – a Christian dating app, and a Stanley Steemer commercial that exclusively aired on the Animal Network. He performs with The Pack Theater sketch team Dr. America and iO West Main Stage sketch team Thriller. He doesn’t have a website yet but probably should.
Alex Kidd is a writer and comedian based out of Los Angeles. He began improvising at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater in 2010 and has since gone on to perform stand-up comedy and sketch comedy at UCB, iO, Second City, and various other comedy venues. Most recently, Alex joined The Pack Theater writing and performing with the house sketch comedy team, Dr. America. Alex writes for several online publications, has been nominated for a Saveur award, and runs the comedy beer website, www.dontdrinkbeer.com.
Stephen has been writing and performing comedy since 2014. At The Pack Theater he’s on house sketch team Dr. America which performs every first Wednesday of the month. Dr. America has been featured on the front pages of Funny or Die, the Huffington Post, WhoHaHa, Comedy Cake and Wired Japan. Dr. America was selected to be showcased at the 2018 SF Sketchfest. He did shrooms during that trip but not while performing because he is a professional. He was also on featured sketch teams an iO West from 2015-2017. He’s studied sketch at The Pack Theater, iO West and Upright Citizen Brigade. He’s written for the the CBS Diversity Showcase and has created short form digital content for AOK. He’s been featured in branded content for Funny or Die. His favorite movie is Starship Troopers. Subscribe to Crackle where you can see him as a featured extra in a montage sequence for Rob Riggle’s Ski Master Academy. He’s not sure how much is costs to subscribe to Crackle because the only streaming service he pays for is the WWE Network which is $9.99/month.