Cook, Comedian, and Good Person: Megan Leahy

Megan Leahy is like Barefoot Contessa, except Megan didn’t write nuclear budgets for the White House; she doesn’t have her own TV show either (although she should). However, both Megan Leahy and Barefoot Contessa make delicious baked goods. Fo


Puppyprov Uses Laughter to Find Forever Homes for Cute Dogs

By Casey Morris What do you get when you combine adorable adoptable dogs from Angels Among Us Pet Rescue and the quick wit of Dad’s Garage improvisers? PuppyProv, of course! PuppyProv was every bit as awesome as it sounds. Dad’s Garage regula


Big Laughs, Small Improviser: Karen Cassady

By Maggie Beker Karen Cassady has been a devout Daddian for seven years. She was first converted to our ways through a Dad’s Garage Improv for Actors class. “Basically, it was all four levels in eight weeks. So, I remember there was one point where I


Improviser Profile: Jonathan Spuhler, the Baritone Opera singing Improviser

Story by Maggie Beker Photo by Stacey Bode While those lucky enough to have witnessed him hang upside down by his legs and dance in a punk cowboy outfit at Burning Man call him “Daredevil,” the Dad’s Garage Family calls him Jonathan Spuhler. Jonatha


Yes, and Namaste: Acceptance On the Stage and On the Mat

By Sarah Ackerman Improv and yoga. One is for an audience, the other very much for yourself. Both require acceptance. Both things I can’t claim my dad necessarily brags to his friends I do at 32. But, they are also two things that keep me sane, happy an