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Pamela Hawley is an actress, improviser, dancer and singer with over 100 performances in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles. She is an improviser trained by The Groundlings and Second City Chicago, a graduate of the Upright Citizens Brigade, and a BATS improv player. Her experience includes solo and group singing, voiceovers, sketch, theatre and television. In 2016 and 2017, she opened with Jackson Soup for the Chicago Improv Festival. In 2015, she opened at the San Francisco Improv Festival with Leela’s Armando Company and its founder, Armando Diaz. Also, in 2015, she performed with Leela’s Armando Company at the SF Sketchfest. Pamela has created two improv groups: The Hills Are Alive with the Sound of Improv, a fully improvised musical inspired by The Sound of Music; and Jackson Soup, an improv duo.  Pamela performed with Opening People's Minds (OPM), which won the award for Best Sketch Comedy in 2009 at the San Francisco Fringe Fest and garnered praise from reviewers such as LA Weekly. As part of the improv group Fosse Posse (based on choreographer Bob Fosse), she performed 40-minute improvised musicals, winning 9 out of 10 competitive shows .
Dave is an award-winning improviser, coach, and corporate strategist. He began performing improv in 2005, and after a move to Chicago began teaching and coaching in 2007. Along with his teammates, Dave won the National Collegiate Improv Tournament, headlined shows across the country, and individually has coached hundreds of students and professionals in the art and practice of improv. Today, he teaches and performs with the Leela theater in San Francisco.