Steven Vlahos
Steven is an actor/creator based out of Toronto. His mom thinks he’s a really nice guy, but don’t let that fool you, he’s also an infamously known bad boy. He can lift upwards of 30 pounds, but Steven knows that muscles don’t make the man, which is why his only life aspiration is to make all of your dreams come true. He is also a co-founder and associate producer of The Theatre Circuit and one half of Nose Bros Comedy (an improv, sketch and clown duo). Steven attended the Humber Theatre Performance program, and has performed in numerous theatre, tv, and film productions since graduating. You can catch him hosting “Bad Improv” at the Imperial pub or playing different comedy shows in the city with Nose Bros. He was recently seen playing Pratt in Judith Thompson’s new play ,Who Killed Snow White? at 4th Line Theatre. He was also seen as Roy in Brandon Crone’s Turtleneck (Some more theatre credits include: The Last Performance (Nose Bros), Sister Act: The Musical (Lower Ossington Theatre), Inch Of Your Life: Episode One (The Theatre Dept.) . Recent Film and TV: Goodnight Sleep Tight (Evelyn Eleven Prod.) WAYNE (YouTube Premium) Fear Thy Neighbour (Bad Movie Prod.) Murder Wall (Our House Media) 100 Days to Victory (HISTORY channel).

Jonathan Sconza
Jonathan is a Toronto based performer, voice actor, clown, improvisor and D&D player. He has performed in an award winning production of The Stranger (DLT), has starred in every production of The Secret Sessions Movie Experience since its inception (Anchorman, Casablanca, Shaun of the Dead, The Princess Bride, and Ghostbusters), and played Sam Catelli in the Inch of your Life Trilogy. You can catch him hosting late night comedy shows such as Bad Improv and Beer Beer Comedy Show. He is the co-founder of Nose Bros, a clown, improv and sketch duo. He is also a co-founder and associate producer of The Theatre Circuit (A theatre company devoted to producing new, Toronto-centric work). In addition to his theatre credits, Jonathan has also voiced animated characters in Gary and His Demons, (CBC Comedy) and in Dog and Pony (Discovery Kids) He was a Worlds Biggest Improv Tournament semi-finalist, holds a national gold medal from the Canadian Improv Games, an intermediate actor combatant certificate (with distinction), and a Hnatyshyn Award nomination.

Bad Improv
April 9, 2020
The Imperial Pub
Tickets $5 at the door
Doors at 7:30, show at 8
Sign up to play at the door.

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