Mike Gregorek has been studying, performing and teaching theater and improvisation for roughly a decade. He began his studies in musical theater at the Catholic University of America, where he also trained classical theatre while studying abroad in London. After arriving in NYC he studied improvisation with the Upright Citzens Brigade. Professionally he has performed in various capacities specializing in musical theater, Shakespeare, stand up and improvisation. He has been a part of the ComedySportz professional ensemble since 2004 (first in DC and then NYC) and been teaching improvisation with ComedySportz since 2006. Mike has run classes and trainings for both teens and adults throughout the tri-state area and is currently the Director of Entertainment for the Jekyll and Hyde Club.
Andrew Cornelius loves improv. His journey began with “the Laughing Stocks,” a business school team at Northwestern in 2004, and has taken him to training centers at Second City, iO, the Annoyance, UCB, Magnet and the P.I.T. He is a regular on the festival circuit and has performed in Chicago, LA, Toronto, Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Buffalo, Austin, Charlotte, Quad Cities, and a few less exotic places. When not performing with ComedySportz, he logs time on regular (and musical) house teams with the Magnet and P.I.T. Andrew has taught improvisation workshops and classes to children, teenagers, adults, and retirees. As an improv instructor, he is happy to share his experience and make his lessons practical, unambiguous, and fun.
Angela Dohrmann is a NY-based actor, improviser, storyteller and voice-over artist. Sometimes audience members will approach her after a show and swear they know her from somewhere and that’s when she knows they’ve watched some 1990s television. Angela is best known for playing Donna Chang, The Chinese Woman, from the Seinfeld episode of the same name. Classically trained, she began her professional career as a Shakespearean actor before landing at the Second City Conservatory and falling head over heels, crazy in love with improv. As a teaching artist, Angela has experience with children of all grade levels, as well as adults. She currently teaches improvisation at Fairleigh-Dickinson University, Hillside Elementary School in Montclair, NJ and Artistic New Directions in NYC.
Jason Scott Quinn or JSQ has been studying and performing improv since 2001. He has studied with Ali Farahnakian , Armando Diaz, Kevin Mullaney, Billy Merritt, and Rachel Hamilton to name a few (and short-change many). Jason has performed improv at DSI Comedy Theater (MISTER DIPLOMAT), Magnet Theater (LEGEND), The PIT (Without Provocation), & UCB Theatre (The Documentary). Jason played with Comedysportz North Carolina from 2005-2007 prior to joining Comedysportz NYC in 2014. He has performed as an actor in the New York & Regional Theatre, Film/TV, and in numerous commercials. Jason has taught acting and/or improvisation at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Bucks County Community College, DSI Comedy Theater (Comedysportz NC), Florida Studio Theatre, American Stage, and Comedysportz NYC. He has coached improv groups and taught workshops in New York, North Carolina, and Florida. Jason has an MFA in Acting from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and is a graduate of The Circle in the Square Theatre School.
Michael Jeffery Cohen trained in improvisation at The Second City Training Center conservatory program and ImprovOlympic (now iO) in Chicago, where he performed on the house team Mr. Blonde and several other Harold teams. Since joining ComedySportz 20 years ago, he has been on the roster of ComedySportz Chicago, Philadelphia and NYC. He has taught, coached and directed improvisation in Philadelphia and New York. His favorite color is great.