Victoria McGee has been doing comedy improv for decades!
She cut her baby improv teeth at the LA Connection, performed at the Comedy Store, and wound up in Arizona performing with Unscrewed Theatre before landing on Maui and hatching Free Range Comedy.
Vicki teaches for Free Range and thanks improvisation and Viola Spolin for a successful marriage to William Hubbard.
William Hubbard is a silly man.
His background includes acting for stage, film, television, radio, and animation and improvisation with the Groundlings and Free Range Comedy Maui.
He blames his wife Victoria McGee for his continued silliness in participating in this endeavor.
He does not like cucumbers.
Scott Shrum has been doing improv comedy for over 20 years.
He’s trained at Second City and has been in more amateur groups than he can count, from DC to Chicago to Los Angeles.
Someone once told him they laughed so hard at his show that they thought they were going to throw up. So, be careful.
Patrick performs voice acting as a member of The Green Giraffes. Listen to their sketch comedy podcast Free Candy Van. Pat is the vocalist of the band Death To Paulie Shore. Their movie discussion podcast is Watch Movie Do Podcast. He also acts with the Gypsies In A Trunk in their Fairy Tales In The Park shows and is one of the Conejo Improv Players.
Sick of Patrick yet?
Wait until he hits the stage!
John Comstock is an actor/ director/ teacher who started improvising in 1991 as a member of The LA Connection. Since then he has worked with several groups, most notably: Revolution Theatre’s Jump Cut (an improvised movie team), Improv Trick, and his own troupe Merge Left.
John has nothing funny to say here; he’s saving it up for the paying customers.
Stan has been acting for over twenty years. Stan was bitten by the acting bug while attending law school in Minnesota. This led to his being cast in many Best Buy, and Target, corporate industrial videos until he was finally cast in the pivotal role of “shirtless guy putting Christmas gift under Christmas tree” in a national Target commercial. With so much success, Stan felt compelled to make the move to sunny Southern California where he enrolled in an intensive two year Meisner Method training program. He then took this training to his next big role of “auto mechanic delivering important car repair information” on General Hospital. Stan has done numerous plays in the Ventura County area and is really excited to being doing improv with Free Range.
Always on the lookout for a challenge, Mary Comstock most recently performed in
back-to-back Shakespeare plays, and had a crash course in a foreign language for
another show. Favorite roles include Duke Senior (As You Like It), Philostrate (A
Midsummer Night’s Dream), Rose (Bleacher Bums), and ‘emli’ (A Klingon Christmas
Carol). She has also published several short stories, and had both sketch comedies
and a full-length play produced, Vampire Asylum, Malibu Point. In her spare time, she
also performs with the Improv groups Merge Left and The Improv Trick.
Alexandra has been improvising since she was 5 years old which she recently found out is just called pretending, but whatever. Pretending led to the "Fame" High School of Performing Arts for Drama in NYC. Later Alexandra became a drama queen and left acting all together, only to be lured back to the Improv stage and becoming part of the Conejo Improv Players (T.O.'s Conejo Players Theatre resident Improv troupe) since 2015. With Free Range Comedy since June 2019, Alexandra is known for her excellent taste in food and her successful fish hocking business.
David Sharp is a writer and performer living in Granada Hills with his loving partner, feral child, and elderly cats. He’s written for a variety of websites you’ve never heard of and appeared on shows you’ve never seen.
Gina Main is a serious actor. Gina fine-tuned her acting craft at the Joanne Baron and D.W. Brown School for Very Serious Actors located on the sun-tan-oiled shores of Santa Monica. She applied her impeccable Meisner training as a regular on the Jay Leno show where she appeared in short bits designed to humiliate her in new and exciting ways. She went on to invite humiliation through stand-up at the Comedy Store and now improv with Free Range. Gina fears asses that are lame and penguins.
Jeremy started doing improv in the Fall of 2019, but has been making people wish he’d just go away already since well before that.
“Dude’s a total loser”
- Queen Elizabeth II
“If I see him on the street imma kick his a#%“
Entertaining family, friends, and co-workers has always been second nature for Gerri. She started right out of high school as a radio disc jockey & on-air personality. After classes in Voice-Over Acting it led her to Ventura Improv Company. She has been a regular improviser at the Ventura Harbor Comedy Club’s Rainbow Comedy show. Highlights include master of ceremonies for fundraising events, a supporting role in an independent film short, character roles in Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, co-creator of Wingnut Theater Improv and stand-up comedy gigs. She is a great believer that laughter is the best medicine!
David got his start in stand-up comedy at open mic nights in the Early 90’s. After a Brief hiatus of 30 years for a marriage, raising two boys, and a divorce, he began performing improv. When asked about what he likes best about improv, he said “It gives all my inner voices a chance to express themselves. They like that. Also, it’s a great companion to traditional therapy.”
Ann joined Free range Comedy in 2019. You wouldn’t have seen her in anything except for a Hallmark Hall of Fame Special but if you blinked too fast, you missed her. But, she was really good...really. Okay, maybe not.
If you would like to be friends with Ann, you can endear yourself by delivering a pun or a terrible joke in her presence.
Robin joined Free Range in the spring of 2019 after aimlessly wandering the planet for 34 years. She finds that improv meets a deep, desperate need for silliness in her life, so she continues to get up onstage and hope that this goes well, every chance she gets. When not improvising on stage, you can find her improvising at her job, in conversation, and when making most decisions in life (especially the important ones). Robin is over six feet tall and does not want to be on your basketball team..