Chris   Dubé   Chris has been improvising for 15 years. He studied improv at the Magnet Theater in NYC. He is a member of the two-person improv group, BOOP!, that performs regularly at the Sea Tea Comedy Theater in Hartford. He is a member of the improv group Fairfield of Dreams, based in Fairfield County.  Chris has also performed in several improv shows for Hot Cocco Productions in the Hartford area, including Campfire, Spoken!, Improvised 80’s Teen Movie, and The Contagious Flooding Inferno – an Improvised Disaster Film.

Chris Dubé

Chris has been improvising for 15 years. He studied improv at the Magnet Theater in NYC. He is a member of the two-person improv group, BOOP!, that performs regularly at the Sea Tea Comedy Theater in Hartford. He is a member of the improv group Fairfield of Dreams, based in Fairfield County.  Chris has also performed in several improv shows for Hot Cocco Productions in the Hartford area, including Campfire, Spoken!, Improvised 80’s Teen Movie, and The Contagious Flooding Inferno – an Improvised Disaster Film.

  Glenn Packman   Glenn Packman performed his first improv show in 1982 and never quite recovered from the experience. He's been affiliated with ComedySportz, the renowned, worldwide short-form improv company since 1986 and currently performs with their New York City team at the Broadway Comedy Club in Manhattan. His other improv credits include The Industrial Strength Comedy Company (known for their worldwide tour of Manchester, CT), Time is Funny (Drew University, Madison, NJ), Axila! (defeated soundly in a cage match in Hartford, CT), and now Fairfield of Dreams. He's done a ton of other stage work locally and in Los Angeles, was in a couple of commercials, and was featured in a really bad made-for-PBS film that he flatly refuses to identify. By day, Glenn is a licensed residential real estate appraiser (i.e. the guy who tells you how much your house is worth... or not.) He's a cat person, enjoys fine cuisine, and still thinks the phrase is 'for all intensive purposes."

Glenn Packman

Glenn Packman performed his first improv show in 1982 and never quite recovered from the experience. He's been affiliated with ComedySportz, the renowned, worldwide short-form improv company since 1986 and currently performs with their New York City team at the Broadway Comedy Club in Manhattan. His other improv credits include The Industrial Strength Comedy Company (known for their worldwide tour of Manchester, CT), Time is Funny (Drew University, Madison, NJ), Axila! (defeated soundly in a cage match in Hartford, CT), and now Fairfield of Dreams. He's done a ton of other stage work locally and in Los Angeles, was in a couple of commercials, and was featured in a really bad made-for-PBS film that he flatly refuses to identify. By day, Glenn is a licensed residential real estate appraiser (i.e. the guy who tells you how much your house is worth... or not.) He's a cat person, enjoys fine cuisine, and still thinks the phrase is 'for all intensive purposes."

  Kerstin Rao   Kerstin has a Diana Prince / Wonder Woman life - teacher by day /improviser by night. She trained in improv, sketch, and storytelling at UCB and The Magnet in NYC; at Second City with Susan Messing and Rachael Mason in Chicago; and in workshops with Blaine Swen, Christina Gausas, Joe Bill, Mark Sutton, Greg Hess, Bob Kulhan, and Pam Victor. Formerly with local troupes  Funny Side Up  and  Axila!,  she's now swinging for the stars with Fairfield of Dreams.  Kerstin runs an   Imagination Chapter   for students, helps produce the  Westport Maker Faire , teaches improv to adults and teens, and is still embarrassed by the stinky brown-bag lunches she's carried to school over the years.

Kerstin Rao

Kerstin has a Diana Prince / Wonder Woman life - teacher by day /improviser by night. She trained in improv, sketch, and storytelling at UCB and The Magnet in NYC; at Second City with Susan Messing and Rachael Mason in Chicago; and in workshops with Blaine Swen, Christina Gausas, Joe Bill, Mark Sutton, Greg Hess, Bob Kulhan, and Pam Victor. Formerly with local troupes Funny Side Up and Axila!, she's now swinging for the stars with Fairfield of Dreams.  Kerstin runs an Imagination Chapter for students, helps produce the Westport Maker Faire, teaches improv to adults and teens, and is still embarrassed by the stinky brown-bag lunches she's carried to school over the years.

 
  Dana Rossi   Dana has been performing, directing, and teaching improv since 1993. He was a performer and director of Mission:Improvable at UMass, founder and director of Sheer Idiocy at RPI, and founder and long-time director of World Class Indifference based in Stamford, CT. He's performed in hundreds of long- and short-form improv shows, taught numerous improv workshops for corporations, professional groups, teens, and adults. He's acted in 35 stage productions - his favorite role was Sydney Bruhl in 'Deathtrap' at RPI. Dana is also an ACBL-certified bridge instructor, and runs the adult chess club at Westport Library. Originally from Monson, MA, he currently lives in Norwalk, CT, has two lovely daughters and works as a product manager for portfolio attribution software at FactSet Research Systems. He is a CFA charterholder, has an MBA in finance from NYU-Stern School of Business, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from UMass-Amherst.

Dana Rossi

Dana has been performing, directing, and teaching improv since 1993. He was a performer and director of Mission:Improvable at UMass, founder and director of Sheer Idiocy at RPI, and founder and long-time director of World Class Indifference based in Stamford, CT. He's performed in hundreds of long- and short-form improv shows, taught numerous improv workshops for corporations, professional groups, teens, and adults. He's acted in 35 stage productions - his favorite role was Sydney Bruhl in 'Deathtrap' at RPI. Dana is also an ACBL-certified bridge instructor, and runs the adult chess club at Westport Library. Originally from Monson, MA, he currently lives in Norwalk, CT, has two lovely daughters and works as a product manager for portfolio attribution software at FactSet Research Systems. He is a CFA charterholder, has an MBA in finance from NYU-Stern School of Business, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from UMass-Amherst.

  Fred Seufert   Fred has been studying and performing improv on and off for 25 years. He’s trained at SUNY Purchase, Curtain Call Theater in Stamford, and in workshops with Christina Gausas, Heather DeLude, and Pam Victor. He was a founding member of the sketch and short-form improv troupe,  Inappropriate Behavior , who, from 1999 to 2005, performed at various venues including Carolines on Broadway, Society Hill Playhouse in Philadelphia, and as finalists in Connecticut’s 5th Annual Laugh-Off Comedy Fest and the Big Apple Improv Festival. He was a cast member of the TV pilot,  Improv Across America , and his favorite acting role was as a Barbra Streisand-loving pig in a Christmas Panto at the New Canaan Town Players. Most recently, Fred has performed with improv comedy groups,  Funny Side Up  and  Axila!,  and is now happily plumbing the depths of long-form as a member of Fairfield of Dreams. Fred resides in Greenwich as a former Mechanical Engineer and retired owner of Fred Seufert Jewelers and is widely recognized as the inventor of the spatula!

Fred Seufert

Fred has been studying and performing improv on and off for 25 years. He’s trained at SUNY Purchase, Curtain Call Theater in Stamford, and in workshops with Christina Gausas, Heather DeLude, and Pam Victor. He was a founding member of the sketch and short-form improv troupe, Inappropriate Behavior, who, from 1999 to 2005, performed at various venues including Carolines on Broadway, Society Hill Playhouse in Philadelphia, and as finalists in Connecticut’s 5th Annual Laugh-Off Comedy Fest and the Big Apple Improv Festival. He was a cast member of the TV pilot, Improv Across America, and his favorite acting role was as a Barbra Streisand-loving pig in a Christmas Panto at the New Canaan Town Players. Most recently, Fred has performed with improv comedy groups, Funny Side Up and Axila!, and is now happily plumbing the depths of long-form as a member of Fairfield of Dreams. Fred resides in Greenwich as a former Mechanical Engineer and retired owner of Fred Seufert Jewelers and is widely recognized as the inventor of the spatula!