About Scenes from a Hat
We’re all about improv comedy
Scenes from a Hat is a public access cable show recorded at Town Square Television in Inver Grove Heights, MN. The show is run like an open mic comedy club, welcoming anyone brave enough to get on stage. To help maintain the quality of the episodes, anyone wanting to get on stage is asked to first attend Improv-U, our improv training camp designed to get you up to speed with the games, improve your improv skills, and prepare you for the show.Find us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterSee our empty Instagram page Watch the show on Youtube
The Improv Players
This show is all about the improv comedians. Meet the players who have graced our stage to make some comedy greatness. In order of appearance…
Rebecca is an actress from White Bear Lake Minnesota. She has acted mainly on camera for short films including student films and film competitions (such as Z-Fest and the 48 Hour Film Fest) and also as an improv actor for both Scenes From A Hat and the Murder Mystery Company. When not acting, she enjoys going to music concerts and festivals, hiking, hanging with friends, cosplay, video games (favorites include the Mario, Zelda and Resident Evil franchises) and all types and genres of music (including playing the guitar). She is also going for a bachelor’s in teaching special education, which she will complete later this year.
Karen, who attends every taping session, is here on the witless protection program from an undisclosed planet that her family affectionately refers to as, “Wobble.” While on Earth, she has been masquerading as a human actress, appearing in over 100 on-camera projects, as well as a smattering of stage productions.
Without the help of these generous people, the show would not be possible. The crew is made up of volunteers, some new and some seasoned. The show always welcomes anyone wishing to gain experience in TV production. From helping with buiding and decorating the set to operating video and audio equipment. We couldn’t do it without them!In no particular order…
Cherelle-Renee didn’t want to be the only one of her siblings who had never done behind-the-camera work on a film set, so she convinced the powers that be to train her in on the cameras. She had a wonderful time, and the rest of the crew didn’t seem overly annoyed by her directionally dyslexic ways, so she decided to continue.
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