They did their crimes and put in their time.
Meg Anderson (2007-2018)
Brigid Boyle (2011-2016)
Jen Curran (2007-2012)
Jen is originally from the Chicago 'burbs and had lived in New York for over 10 years (since her first day of college), before she packed her bindle and moved West to LA. She studied acting at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts (Atlantic Theater Company Acting School). She's a member of ECNY winning sketch comedy group, Harvard Sailing Team, and the two-person improv duo, Jen+Steve. She and her fellow improviser boyfriend and their fellow improviser cats, Floyd and Chawser, a former PIT mascot, Maybel, are all applying sun screen daily. She loves yoga, running, good food, and joking around.
Rich Hollman (2012-2018)
Adam Nowak (Honorary Baldwin, circa 2000 B.C.)
Matt Love (2010-2012)
Lucas Kavner (2010-2011)
Steve Siddell (2010-2011)
Brett Wean (2007-2010)
Brett Wean is a writer and actor who has studied and performed improv at various New York City theaters and is happy to call The People's Improv Theater his home. The thing about Brett, see, is…well, he's a complicated guy. Look, I want to tell you so much more than I can really get into right here. (Yes, he's writing this himself.) He loves the films of Eric Rohmer. He's fascinated by the comic strip Cathy. He studied acting and film at Vassar. He's got some secret projects happening. The Baldwins is his third house team.
Stephen Soroka (2007-2010)
Steve Soroka has been improvising for 5 years. Besides his time on a PIT house team, he is also a member of The PIT's first house sketch team, FINGER, and performs two person improv in Jen+Steve (with fellow Baldwin Jen Curran). He is the co-creator the web series Trillions as well as BOF (best of friends), an original series created for the Independent Comedy Network, www.icn.tv/series/BOF. Aside from improv, Steve is also a young leader of NYC's green movement.
Shelly Slocum (2009)
Before moving to LA in 2009, Shelly Slocum (use to be Stover) had been performing improv comedy and sketch in NY for over 5 years. On the theater front wrote and starred in "The Stream" a play about dealing with a sibling who has Autism (The Prospect Theater Company). She also loves to remember the time she was nominated for Best Actress at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for her performance in the play "Crooked" which she also performed in the Summer Play Festival. Shelly's face and voice has also sold you things in the form of TV and radio commercials. She's also afraid of birds because they look like flying nubs in the sky.