FRIDAY NIGHTS AT 9PM |
SATURDAY NIGHTS AT 7PM
DATES FOR SEASON 15 SOON TO BE ANNOUNCED
Admission $15. Call to purchase
tickets (425) 881-6777 when dates are announced.
NEVER SEE THE SAME SHOW TWICE... because
you, the audience, decide what we do
Your suggestions craft our show!
Friday night at 9pm for the wildly popular Split 2nd Blue
Show where anything can happen (and often does) or
bring the whole family along to our "Sweet
Saturdays at Seven" when all of the actions is
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MEET THE PLAYERS
Robert Bogue: Robert
is the founder and artistic director of Split 2nd Improv,
and holds a BS in theater arts from Southern Utah University
where he also performed with the Tony award winning Utah
Shakespearean Festival. He is originally from Utah, where he
performed and directed at many regional theaters as well as
appearances in independent film and the television series
Touched by an Angel and Unsolved Mysteries.
Robert has been with SecondStory Rep since the 3rd season.
Some of Roberts favorite roles at SSR include Harry Brock in
“Born Yesterday”, Alfred Dolittle in “My Fair Lady”, Orsino
“Twelfth Night” Papa Bear in “Goldilocks”, and Himself in
“Complete Wrks of Shakespeare Abrgd”, “Complete History of
America”, and “Complete Word of God”.
Robert has also enjoyed directing several mainstage and
Theater for Young Audiences shows at SSR. Favorites include
“Lend Me a Tenor”, “A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the
Forum, “Misery”, “Last of the Red Hot Lovers”, “Kind Hearts
and Coronets”, “The Brave Little Tailor”, “Cinderella”,
“Elves and the Shoemaker”, and “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” and
“The Rocky Horror Show.”
Robert is also a proud member of the renaissance improv team
No Parchment Needed.
G. Allen Todd (Buddy): Buddy is a transplant from
Spokane, recently appearing as “Simon” in Hayfever at Renton
Civic Theatre. In addition to Split 2nd Improv, Buddy is
also a member of “No Parchment Needed”, an improve troupe
that specifically performs for renaissance fairs. Buddy
holds a BA in Theater from Eastern Washington University,
where he has assistant taught Music and Dance for four
Robyne De Jong: Robyne has been with Split 2nd for
four years. She's performed in kids' shows and mainstage
here at SecondStory, and has enjoyed a career doing musical
theater, interactive dinner comedies, TV, and film
Mario Gomez: Mario Gomez is an improviser originally
from Mexico City. He moved to Seattle in 2007 and started
improvising in 2008. He usually plays with Unexpected
Productions and Split Second Improv. He has performed in the
Seattle area, Redmond, Bellingham, and Portland. Most
recently, Mario produced and directed DreamTales, an
improvised show based on dreams and symbols, with his group
Danny Miller: Danny has been acting on the
SecondStory stage since 2002, and finally threw the scripts
away for a shot at Improv in 2007 with the formation of this
group. He has also served on the SSR Board of Directors
Steven Hochteil: Steven is a graduate from Fullerton
College. He was recently casted as the Levi in "Joseph and
the Technicolor Dreamcoat" and Captain of the Guards in "Man
of La Mancha." His other roles include Larry in "Burn This",
Stolckholem Jones in "Untitled", Bejart in "La Bet", and
Skelly Manor in "Rimers of Eldritch." He would like to thank
his family and friends for all their support. He would also
like to thank his lovely fiancé for supporting every moment
of his acting career.
Kenadi Silcox: Kenadi is the youngest performing
member of Split 2nd Improv, but has also been seen at SSR in
several mainstage and theater for young audiences
productions. She has performed throughout the region and is
currently a member of the cheer squad at Lynwood Highschool.
Sara Trowbridge: Sara enjoys flexing her creative
muscles whenever possible with Split 2nd Improv. She loves
working with such talented people, and hopes that you enjoy
watching as much as she enjoys playing. Sara is a Washington
native, and earned her BA in Theater Performance at Central
Emily Glad: Emily's improv life started in the
Training Center at the Second City-Detroit, back in 2006.
Since then, she has been seen in Seattle performing on the
Wing-It Production's stage in "Explorer's Club" and
"Unspeakable Horrors", and on the Unexpected Productions
stage in, "Improvise Your Own Adventure" and "The Improvised
Man". Currently, she can be seen performing with Human
Prop(aganda), which makes it's home in Capitol Hill. She is
proud to be a member of Split Second Improv, bringing the
laughs to Redmond on a regular basis, and wishes everybody
the freedom and joy that comes from saying, "yes, and!"
Director of Split 2nd Improv
did you first become interested in theater?
I have been performing since the age of 5, I studied
theater in high school in my home state of Utah and attended
college at Southern Utah University where I received a BS in
theater arts and dance.
2. Were you cast in any of SecondStory’s productions
before you became Artistic Director for Split 2nd Improv?
I have been performing and directing at SSR since the 3rd
season. I have also served as box office manager, writer,
scenic designer, and artistic associate.
3. In your opinion, what is the key to becoming
successful in this industry of the Arts?
Success in the Arts is relative. If you measure success
by money in the bank, you could work your whole life and
never be as successful as some lucky sole who was in the
right place at the right time. If you are able to make your
art and that is what makes you happy, I would say that you
are successful. Not too many people can say that.
Unfortunately the term "starving artist" is more truth than
fiction. My advice is you may not be the best but you need
to always do your best.
4. Tell us a bit about Split 2nd Improv. What does it
mean and who is involved?
Split 2nd improv is a mixture of some of the best
improvisers and actors from around the region. We have a
wonderful variety of talent, skill level as well as age. We
have improvisers who have been performing for many years
with teams from Seattle as well as other states, and we have
players who bring fresh new talent and perspective. The best
thing about improv is that you truly never know what is
going to happen. Each and every show is based on audience
suggestion, and since no audience is the same, no show is
the same. It is a truly unique experience. Improv really is
acting in its purest form. Characters evolve right in front
of the audience. Very real.
5. What makes SSR an outstanding theater in Redmond?
I think that SSR is outstanding because of the variety of
theater that we bring to Redmond. So many theaters give the
audience one type of experience or another, but audiences at
SSR can enjoy comedies, musicals, dramas, improv, theater
for young audiences, live musicians and SSR even brings
education to the community through our classes. We are a
professional theater that isn't limited by genre.
6. If not theater, what would you be doing?
No matter where I go, the arts will always be a part of my
life. I am fortunate to share this passion with my children
who are wonderful artists, and have even assisted me with my
directing duties on more than one occasion. No matter what
form it takes, as long as I have art, I am happy.