Eleanor is a programmer with a degree in art. She started studying improv at the Magnet in 2013 and then kept doing it forever so far. She has studied with some swell guys and ladies: Rick Andrews, Louis Kornfeld, Peter McNerney, Alan Fessenden, Megan Gray, Alex Marino, and others also.
She's in a duo called The Friendship Club with her best friend, Peter Appleby, who better mention her in his bio or it's all over.
Eleanor's skills include naming all 151 original Pokemon from memory and forgetting to call her dad back.
Rick Andrews is a teacher and performer at The Magnet Theater, and has been studying, performing, and teaching improvisation since 1999. He began improvising with Improv Boston, and continued with a stint in Saint Louis, MO. He has been fortunate to learn from many improv greats, including Armando Diaz, Ed Herbstman, Joe Bill, Mark Sutton, Amy Poehler, Ian Roberts, Will Luera, Jill Bernard, and more.
Rick has taught workshops at improv festivals across the country, including the Boston Improv Festival, Baltimore Improv Festival, Black Box Atlanta, and many more. He co-produces Duofest, an annual festival of improv duos in Philly, PA. He has taught improvisation to people as old as 75 and as young as 6, and has done workshops for production companies and zoos alike.
He enjoys running, putting words on pages, thinking about the brain, and he loves improv more than anything.