Performers

Falling . . . Performer Spotlight: Carol Ramsey

Carol teaches computers science at the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders. She likes telling stories, watching UT volleyball and playing games with her family.

Join us this evening for Carol’s tale of falling in a chaotic workplace in her piece, An Alternate Reality.

Performers

Falling . . . Performer Spotlight: Susan Pickover

Susan Pickover juggles being a textile designer in the fashion industry and a mom to a rambunctious 4-year-old. She trained in long-form improv, musical improv, and storytelling in New York City at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade and The Magnet Theater. For the past 7 years, she has had the joy of teaching and performing improv here in Austin, TX. You can take one of her classes at Merlin Works.

Tonight, Susan will share her story of falling into the voices in her head in her piece, Self Sabotage.

Performers

Falling . . . Performer Spotlight: Angela Maldonado

Angela Maldonado is an improviser, writer and storyteller from Corpus Christi. She’s drawn to narrative improv and—pre pandemic— she loved to perform improvised telenovelas with her Shades of Brown compadres. During COVID times, she getting by on skittles and lounge wear. Angela’s also pretty excited be able to continue to bring people’s stories online.

Angela takes her own place on the stage to tell a tale of slow descent in her piece, The Crash That Creeps.