What lead you to improv?
I always loved quick, verbal humor and took improv classes at the Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis when I lived in the Twin Cities. I met lots of great people and we formed a group for a few years. In Rochester, I rediscovered the love of improv and started a class at the library with the yet-to-be-formed Squirrels.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
An inventor of cool things (probably lasers), a journalist, and a member of Monty Python.
What did you end up becoming?
A reference librarian at the public library which is even cooler than you think.
If people were to describe your improv style, what would they say?
Very agreeable, but also very absurd and fantastical. I love making connections between unexpected things and visiting recurring themes, so there's that. Magically, and sometimes sadly, puns fall out of my mouth more quickly than I can stop them.
If you were a type of nut, what nut would you be and why?
I would be a lug nut, just because it is unexpected and anything that can fasten things onto large wheels can't be all bad.