Alyssa Davis

Alyssa (Actor/Writer) has been improvising for the past eight years.  She currently improvises with featured shows the DelTones (musical improv), Heraldo (Spanish improv), and her teams Daffodil and Miss Mistoffelees at iO Chicago.  She is an original member of Improvised Mythology, Will You Accept this Rose? and Fan/Fiction at Under the Gun. At The Second City she performed in a Directing Showcase and A Bit Too Far.  She has studied at iO Chicago, The Second City, and The Annoyance. Be kind to each other! Ephesians 4:32.

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Cristy von Rautenkranz (Actor/Writer) has been a performer in Chicago for the past ten years. She is a graduate of the iO Chicago, The Second City, Annoyance, and is an alumnus of The Second City Training Center House Ensembles. She currently performs at iO Chicago with her teams Gone Gone and Miss Mistoffelees. She also coaches and teaches improvisational workshops throughout the United States. Shout out to God for letting her use her talents for his glory! 


Erin Lovelace

Erin Lovelace (Actor/Writer) has a degree in Theatre from Clemson University. She is also a graduate of The Second City and iO Chicago. She has been fortunate enough to play at many theaters in Chicago, most recently at iO with her Harold Team The Teenagers and indie teams Emergency Contaxxx and Dead Broads. Erin is a commercial and tv/film actor who just recently completed the short film Hashtag Perfect Life written and directed by Mike Paulucci. Erin loves Jesus! Her favorite verse is Mark 12:30-31

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Nathan Clancy

Nathan Clancy (Writer/Pastor/Actor) has performed long-form improv comedy at iO Chicago as well as the UCB Theater and the People’s Improv Theater in New York City. Nathan has a seminary degree and has worked as the Creative Director at several churches producing creative content for weekend services. Nathan enjoys the comedy of Human Giant, the Upright Citizens’ Brigade, and Seinfeld., and the theology of Jonathan Edwards, Tim Keller, and G.K. Chesterton.