Neil Jones is a writer, instructor, and Relational Psychotherapist in Toronto, Canada.
He is the co-founder of Radio Project X, an audio comedy/drama collective that performs anthology shows in the style of old-time radio plays. Before this he co-wrote, directed, and produced several series of popular live sketch shows: Radio Vault (a hit at the 2007 Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival), the All‑Nude Revues, and the Yellow Robot shows. He was the Story Editor on one of the first transmedia series, the 2012 superhero comedy Tights and Fights: Ashes.
He trained in improv at Second City Toronto, The Bad Dog Theatre, and Annex Improv.
He taught From Script to Voice to Stage, a comedy writing and performance class at The Social Capital Theatre and Free Yourself Through Improv (a health and wellness offering for students at the University of Toronto).
Peter G. Reynolds is a writer and documentary filmmaker in Toronto, Canada. He is owner of For the Record Productions Inc.
His first book, Lost Hallway, was a children’s picture book inspired by his son. His short fiction has been published in On Spec Magazine and two anthologies. You can find out more at www.storiesbypeter.com
When not writing, Peter can be found teaching and performing improv comedy. He trained in improv at Second City Toronto and Annex Improv.
He is currently busy working on Musings and Other Nonsense, a weekly podcast of children's stories and poems, the second installment of the Lost Hallway series, and a YA science fiction novel.
"Improvising. That's how you really feel what your character likes, dislikes, how she reacts in a situation. I think improvisation is extremely important, especially in the beginning, to create a character."
– Fran Brill, actor/puppeteer, The Muppets.
LET'S BUILD SOME CHARACTERS!