The talented cast of NUISANCE improvise a half-hour comedy show based on your childhood memories of being bad and making trouble.
Daniel MK Cohen is an actor, writer, and (self-proclaimed) world champion of the classic N64 video game: Super Smash Brothers. He earned his BFA in acting at Emerson College and studied improv at Groundlings, UCB and iOWest.
He has appeared in commercials, regional theater, films, television, and soon to be heard as a character in a super-cool-cartoon-he-can’t-yet-talk-about!
If you’d like to challenge Daniel in a game of Super Smash Brothers, please contact him directly.
Ricardo Feliciano is a first generation Cuban and Mexican American improviser from Los Angeles. He has been a part of the city’s improv and sketch comedy community since 2007, performing on nearly every stage in town. Now, his journey brings him to the Pack Theater where he improvises with the house team Nuisance every Tuesday night at 8pm.
Off stage, Ricardo enjoys spending quality time with his wife, two cats, and vinyl record collection. He designs and sells enamel pins and other weird stuff at www.mintplusplus.com.
SoCal native Kristen Gull is on Pack Theater’s House Improv Team Nuisance, and co-hosts the Big Feelings Open Mic. She graduated after studying Theater and Music at Sarah Lawrence College in New York, and began improvising at Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles. In addition to improv and stand-up, she loves to sing, play mandolin, and rescue feral kittens.
Lily Holleman is a professional actress who can be seen in TV shows like SHAMELESS, NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, TRACEY ULLMAN’S STATE OF THE UNION, and KEY & PEELE. She has also starred in a wide variety of very dark plays and films. One of those films she also produced and is called THE LADY KILLERS, available on demand now. When not acting, she is playing with her improv team, Nuisance, and being the President of and reviving the 95 year old institution The Los Angeles Breakfast Club. More info at http://imdb.me/lilyholleman
Rena just returned from her second successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe. She got her start studying acting at Dawson college and Concordia University (BFA) in montreal. After graduating, she began performing as a lounge singer at Le Piano Rouge, and performing improv at The Comedyworks, where she also began doing stand up. After Kevin Macdonald urged her to leave town if she was serious about it, she moved to LA where she quickly rose in the ranks of the Roast Battle at The Comedy Store, and performs weekly with her Improv team Nuisance at The Pack, is in the advanced program at UCB and can be seen doing stand up comedy occasionally late at night at The Hollywood Improv. Rena also has a music album available on bandcamp, a podcast called Two Little Ditties, she creates a new comedy video every week with Jonald Comedy, she produces Don’t Say Anything monthly at The Pack, and she also tweets jokes daily. Thanks for reading!
Jay Light is a comedian and writer who escaped from a sheltered suburban upbringing in Dallas, TX and wound up in Los Angeles. He is a veteran stand-up who has performed at clubs, colleges, and festivals around the world, and is a regular performer at the world-famous Comedy Store, in particular at their runaway hit show Roast Battle. He has been seen on two seasons of Comedy Central’s Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle and appeared on Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, and has written for TV shows of all shapes and sizes including HBO’s Crashing, Netflix’s Historical Roasts, Discovery Channel’s BattleBots, and FOX’s MasterChef.
Colin Longstaff is a multi-hyphenate personality living in Los Angeles, California. He has been a student of comedy for over 15 years, starting at the Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC with instructors such as Zach Woods and Chris Gethard. He continued onto The Peoples Improv Theater, where he was on improv house teams Classic Anne and 1-800-LONDON. After a move to LA, he studied at Second City Hollywood and The Pack. Currently, you can see Colin at The Pack Theater every Tuesday night with improv house team Nuisance.