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Robin is our Special Guest Improviser Fri, Sept 29th!

Robin Corsberg started as an army brat, graduated from a small town high school, went to college and had a much better time tending bar. Searching for comedy stages and the American dream – Robin found herself in Bellingham for a number of years performing a lot of improv with a lot of her childhood Comedy Central Hero’s (Comedy Central used to be a lot different.) From Kevin McDonald (Kids in the Hall) to Ryan Stiles (Whose  line is it anyway?) Robin learned her funny could keep up with what she saw as great. Playing in Granville Island Canada, Seattle, all over the Midwest to Atlanta Georgia, Robin is constantly amazed just where and how improv has opened doors.  Expect nothing. I think that is the trick!


Mark Nichols and Julie Lewis join the Sept 29th show!

Mark Nichols has written over 500 songs for the theater, and has finished and produced over a dozen large musicals and operas, including LITTLE BOY GOES TO HELL and JOE BEAN. 

Julie Lewis uses her chameleon-like adaptivity to perform on stages all across the country as both women and men. 

The two perform together as a duo.


Steve will read a letter from an old friend Sept 29th!

Steve Bieler is a writer living in Bellingham with his wife, his books, and their corgis. He enjoys reading, chess, hiking, bird-watching, and playing in the mail.


Walbeck will read a letter he’s written for the Sept 29th show!

SEAN WALBECK is an award-winning playwright and theatre artist from Bellingham WA, who currently serves as the Artistic Director of the Lend Us Your Ears Reading Series at the Bellingham Theatre Guild and does a whole buncha other stuff.  Recently, he had a short play produced at a science fiction convention in Tampa Bay, Florida.



A bonafide history nerd, Janet Oakley grew up back east on the stories of pioneering women settling the West, a housewright from Upper Nether Wallop, England, arriving in the colonies in 1638, and in particular, the pocket journals and letters of her great-grandfather who found himself only two months into his role of assistant surgeon of the 11th PA on the battlefield of Gettysburg, July 1863. All this led to a degree in history and finally, writing historical fiction set here in the NW and WWII Norway.

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