Player Spotlight Friday: Cole “Too Big For His” Bridges

Posted on 18. Feb, 2011 by in Blog, CSz Culture

Cole Bridges started ComedySportz through the ComedySportz High School League in 2005.  He lives in San Jose and is a Senior at San Jose State University studying history.  Other hobbies include preaching useless historical factoids and hanging out with his two dogs, a beagle and a Labrador, when they are in town.  Cole hopes to […]

Player Spotlight Friday: Courtney “Let Me See That” Pong

Posted on 11. Feb, 2011 by in Blog, CSz Culture

Courtney Pong started doing improv when her junior college theatre professor told her “…this might be more your speed” after seeing her suffer through her 3rd, class required monologue – She never went back to theatre. You’re welcome. She auditioned for ComedySportz at a sister location in Modesto, CA and was cast in the main […]

Player Spotlight Friday: Laura Lineback “To the Future”

Posted on 04. Feb, 2011 by in Blog, CSz Culture

Laura Lineback was introduced to improv in 9th grade when she signed up for the lovely school elective of “German.” After 30 minutes in class, not understanding a word, she excused herself to the office where she accepted the only elective class that still had open spaces in it: drama. Her drama teacher Kristen Porter, […]

Player Spotlight Friday: Michael “Yes He” Wilcoxen

Posted on 28. Jan, 2011 by in Blog, CSz Culture

Michael Wilcoxen started ComedySportz when he moved to San Jose with his beautiful wife and 2 Great Danes.  Since coming to California, he has enjoyed many adventures, including working on the Semester at Sea ship, where he sailed around the world and visited 16 different countries, with his favorites being India and South Africa. He […]

Player Spotlight Friday: Drew “A Complete Blank” Simchik

Posted on 21. Jan, 2011 by in Blog, CSz Culture

Drew Simchik grew up on the East Coast and moved to California in 2000, just in time for the end of the dotcom years. He started taking ComedySportz workshops when a theater friend from college told him there was a way to do comedy scenes onstage without having to memorize any lines. In case it’s […]

Improv Life Lessons

Posted on 17. Jan, 2011 by in Blog, CSz Culture

The ComedySportz High School League®, is the largest, most successful improv training program for high school students in the country. Did you know that this year’s Queen of the Tournament of Roses Parade is a member of the CSz LA High School League? We’re very proud of the work our students do, both on and […]

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