Scribbling Into Creation –
January 17, 2011
Charlotte Rogers
January 21, 2011

John Sheridan

John has been doing improv for longer than he cares to remember, but remembers enough to teach improvisational performance at the ASM Performing Arts. John was a founding member of the pioneering Montreal sketch comedy-improv troupe Caught in the Act, and for many years was a regularly featured performer in Albert Nerenberg’s strange political satires.
Previous work includes Beethoven in Tricycle Productions’ Beethoven Lives Upstairs, and Latch in Clowns Gone Bad’s Hamlet-like Ümlout. In his alternate universe, John is a graphic designer, and during business hours he can be found deep in the world of finance making things look pretty and interesting.

For Geordie Productions: MöcShplat


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