Announcement Ahead!

July 30, 2019

 

Last week we told you about the new monthly drop-in classes coming to AdLib. This week we have even bigger news!

 

Because of all the growth we've seen this year it's time for us to add more support. We are excited to announce that we have added the position of Associate Director.

 

You might be wondering what the role entails so here you go ...

 

The role of Associate Director is to assist in developing and implementing plans and goals for the artistic and education departments of AdLib Theatre Company.

 

The Assoc. Director will work directly with the Director to coordinate and supervise classes, performances, and teams and ensure standards and internal policies are being met.

 

We are excited that our very own Alex Streu accepted this position. 

 

Alex is an award winning playwright and actor with extensive training in improv and acting including the Meisner technique.

 

Alex first fell in love with improv at SAK Comedy Lab and quickly made his way to AdLib Theatre. During this time, Alex also studied and continues to take workshops with instructors from Second City, UCB, and The Magnet Theater.

 

Alex has performed and taught across the country at several festivals. Most recent festivals include DCM, San Diego Improv Festival, and the upcoming Countdown Improv Festival.

 

Prior to accepting this role, you could find Alex as the producer of our super fun and highly experimental show, Frindie, teaching a variety of our Core classes, and on stage.

 

Alex currently performs weekly with the House team, Randy's Jugband Jamboree and is part of the duo, Get Out of My Head, alongside our founder and Director, Lauren Morris. 

 

Alex has a passion and commitment for excellence in improv and we are excited to have him officially join our leadership team! 

 

Come join us on Saturday nights and say congrats! We can't wait to see what's next as we continue to grow. 

 

 

 

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