Dan Kerry has been performing improv since 2016. A film student from Santa Rosa, CA; Dan got his start making short films for youth film festivals. His 2004 film “Inhuman” was featured at the Sacramento ‘Tower of Youth Film Festival’ and won best short film at the ‘Parting Shots Film Festival.’
Dan is a co-founder of the cult YouTube sketch comedy channel “3exclamationpoint.” After discontinuing the channel in 2015, Dan began studying improv at various LA theaters before settling at the Pack theater. Since 2016 he has performed on “Foxglove” and “The Deconstruction,” both of which have disbanded respectfully. Dan now performs weekly on Monday 8pm improv team “Mama Bird” and Tuesday 8pm team “Townies: The Improvised Play.”
Dianna Lee is an improviser and actor originally from La Verne, California. She has completed the UCB Improv Program and regularly performs at The Improv Space with Popular Science and The Pack Theater with Townies. She is represented theatrically and commercially by The Library Agency. Dianna loves animals more than anything. Visit her Facebook page for hourly animal videos. You’re welcome.
On a bright, clear day, Eli Magers emerged from a cornfield in rural Indiana. He glanced upon the Earth and declared his existence to which he immediately packed his meager belongings into a gold 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix and drove to Los Angeles, California. He performs every Tuesday at 8:00 PM on Townies: the Improvised Play and every first Wednesday at 8:00 PM on Goldbaby.
Eileen is a writer, performer and podcaster living in Los Angeles. Originally from Chicago, she got her start in comedy as a member of the Second City Teen Ensemble in 2002. She moved to LA to attend Loyola Marymount University and by the time graduation rolled around, she was too in love with the city (re: The weather) to ever leave. Plus it was the height of the frozen yogurt boom. I mean, come on.
She’s a proud member of the inimitable Pew Pew Pachoo (a former Pack house team). Outside of the Pack, her team Murder Murder co-hosts the monthly show/cocktail party, “A Lovely Night of Murder!” at the Clubhouse. She’s also a writer, performer, and segment producer for Top Story! Weekly at iO West. Offstage, Eileen co-hosts Skeeter-ial: A Muppet Babies investigation with her pal Matt Manser. She’s also an avid joke writer on Twitter and you should follow her (please). Yay!
Bill O’Neill grew up in Los Angeles and began his improv training under coaches from Second City until enrolling in classes at Upright Citizens Brigade. He then began studying Clown under world renowned clown Dr. Brown (a.k.a Phil Burgers). He can be seen apart of a clown ensemble on Monday nights at the Lyric Hyperion–Dr. Brown Live Directs. Or catch him in a performance of his one man musical Baby Goes to Factory. Bill performs with Townies: The Improvised Play every Tuesday at 8pm.
Blake Rosier is a Los Angeles actor, comedian and musician most recently seen in Loosely Exactly Nicole, Black Jesus and I Want My Phone Back. He also will be supporting in the new Warner Bros. And Go90 feature Good Girls Get High.
Blake writes and produces his own content on YouTube and videos on Instagram.
Blake was written up in Splitsider twice by Luke Kelly Clyne (Big Breakfast, College Humor) with titles such as Does Blake Rosier have Perfect Timing? and Is this the Best Character Piece on YouTube?. He regularly performs improv, sketch and characters all over town, including the Pack Theater! Catch Blake in Townies: The Improvised Play every Tuesday at 8pm.