She currently teaches improv courses at Perishable Theater.
Melissa is also one half of the teaching and performance team Munslow & Miss with her partner Keith Munslow.
Melissa will perform or teach at your school, business, library, or anywhere else she and an audience can fit! She can be reached at email@example.com, and you can visit her site at melissabowler.com
Eric Fulford is a seasoned improv performer, having performed with several successful groups since college. He is a founding member of the Sparkling Beatniks, the sketch comedy troupe that performs monthly in The Empire Revue, Providence's premiere variety show. He performed in Theater of Thought's 2011 production of Executor, and is a proud member of the Wild Bunch, an educational performing group at the Roger Williams Park Zoo.
Leigh Hendrix is a theatre artist first introduced to performance, like many dramatically inclined girls and boys in South Carolina, through dance recitals and church musicals.
Now based in Providence, RI, Leigh has danced with DoubleShift Dance Theatre and Boston-based choreographer Wanda Strukus. She created the role of Sadie in Kit Idazak's The Golden Lasso at Perishable Theatre's 15th Annual Women's Playwriting Festival and collaborated on Annie H. Kee's new work The Iphigenia Project in the role of Clytemnestra at Emerson College in Boston. Leigh has also played Matt Damon in Theater of Thought's site-specific performances of Matt and Ben in apartments across Rhode Island. Her solo performance work How To Be A Lesbian in 10 Days or Less was developed at Emerson College and as a Resident Artist at Providence's Perishable Theatre. The piece had its regional premier in the Berkshires as part of WAM Theatre's Oh Solo Mama Mia Festival in May 2011.
Leigh is passionate about making new work with theatre artist of all shapes and sizes; she received her master's degree in Theatre Education at Emerson College and works as a teaching artist with The Gamm Theatre, The Manton Avenue Project, and Riverside Theatre Works.
Visit her site at leighhendrix.com.
An award-winning performer who combines music, storytelling, visual art, and improvisation, Keith Munslow has entertained thousands of children and adults at festivals, concerts, schools and libraries throughout New England - and beyond. Keith has made numerous recordings for children & families, including Accidentally On Purpose, and Dressed Up For The Party, both of which garnered Parents' Choice Awards. In addition to his one-man show for kids and families, he performs with the New Orleans-flavored blues band, Superchief Trio, and in a hilarious duo show with storyteller Bill Harley.
For over twenty years, Keith has been involved with AS220, a non-profit arts incubator in Providence, RI. He served on AS220's board of directors for 18 years, and also developed the Youth Arts Conference, which brought inner city students to work in AS220's resident artists' studios. It was from AS220's stage, that in 2006 Keith launched The Empire Revue, a high energy variety show featuring sketch comedy, music, improvisation, and special guest performers. Now in it's fifth year, The Empire Revue continues to attract standing room only crowds on the first Sunday of every month.
As a composer, Keith has created original music for Perishable Theatre's Shows for Young Audiences, as well as main stage productions, Manton Avenue Project, and choreographer Heidi Henderson. For over a decade, Keith was a principal performer and musical director for Big Nazo, an international puppet and mask theater group based in Providence.
With an unstinting commitment to creativity and collaboration, Keith continues to search for new opportunities to combine his interests in the performing arts, literacy, and community building.
Visit his site at keithmunslow.com.
Stuart Wilson has performed improv with The Farm Team and Case of the Mondays before performing with The Trumans. He has performed as a Sparkling Beatnik in the Empire Revue since 2009 and appeared in Theater of Thought's 2011 production "Executor." He has been a member of Big Nazo for four years, but you'll have to take his word for that.