|How long have you been doing improv comedy?
I'd say about 10 years. I used to deliver chocolate eggs and candies on a tightly controlled schedule. Always the big hollow chocolate bunny in the middle of basket filled with plastic grass - very dependable. Then, I discovered that I could "improvise." So, maybe it's not always green plastic grass. Maybe sometimes the hollow bunny isn't chocolate at all. One time, I filled all my eggs with tapioca pudding... messy.
What brought you to ComedySportz?
Oh. Little known fact: I live in Lakeview. Yup, the Easter Bunny for the whole world is a 60657 dude! So, I came during that Lakeview promotion back in January.
What is your favorite thing about doing shows at ComedySportz?
Well, you know, my schedule is pretty packed. So mostly I stop by once before Easter and say hi to the kids. I want to learn to improvise. Do you guys teach classes? You do! Well, then maybe that's my next step! Do you allow bunnies? Not everywhere does. I once went into a bar with 184 of my fellow bunnies. You'll never guess what the bartender said!
Are you involved in any other shows? If so, what kind?
I sometimes do Easter on Ice at the local skating rink. It's a good time - lots of songs... and jellybeans ... and songs about jelly beans
Have you done improv comedy anywhere outside of Chicago?
There's improv outside of Chicago?
What is something about you that has nothing to do with performing?
One time I got spastic on Cadbury crème eggs and sat on some kid's lap at the mall. I told his mom take a picture. Now it's on my facebook page.
If you had to pick someone to model yourself, who would it be?
Santa Claus. (Don't tell him, though. Dude's got an ego.)