Jenny Barrett has spent the better part of the last decade on stage appearing in numerous productions around the Cleveland area. She stumbled upon improv in 2015 and has been hooked ever since. The concept of being involved in something where there are no mistakes has changed Jenny’s entire approach to life.
Jennifer Betz started improvising with Point of No Return Improv in Cuyhoga Falls in 2015 and has been hooked ever since. At home in Norton she's the momest mom that ever mommed, but on stage in Chagrin, she's a beast.
Mort Goldman is grateful for the opportunity to be on stage with RSVP at CVLT! Theatre credits include Mercury Summer Stock, Cain Park, and the old Halle Theatre. Mort has three amazing children (all off the payroll - except for their cell phones!) and lives in Beachwood with his soulmate Lisa.
Sean Guo began studying short and long form improvisation techniques at Second City Toronto in his native Canada. He currently studies the Meisner technique at the Houde School of Acting. When he is not experimenting with characters on the stage, he is experimenting with plastic and rubber as a chemist. He joined RSVP in 2018 and is enjoying every moment of it.
Chris Hall revived his passion for improvisation in 2015 after a long hiatus. Chris studied improvisation at iO Theater in Chicago in the late 90s. When he is not improvising on stage, he works as a registered nurse for University Hospitals where there is more improv than you would think. He loves his three wonderful children Vivian, James, and Cecelia with his whole heart. He is proud to be a part of RSVP.
Peter Preneta is a rookie free agent to improv. He became a member of RSVP in 2018 and has had a blast exploring the challenging and fun world of improv. When he is not practicing or performing he spends his time, money, and sanity on his wife and three daughters.
Mark Remley studied unstructured shenanigans at the Mayhem Night School For High Energy Plebs prior to discovering improvisation with RSVP in 2016. He loves laughing and playing with his HIGHLY AWESOME improv family. When let outside, Mark can be found wandering the streets of Chagrin Falls and should be returned to loving wife Karen asap.
Marianne Veniero started her improv journey in Tracy’s Improvisation for Actors class in 2012 and has been addicted ever since. She is thrilled to be performing for the last few years with her wonderful RSVP family! Marianne’s other theatre passion is as Production Coordinator for St Joan of Arc/CVLT's The Penguin Project, a theatre program for kids with developmental challenges. Marianne would like to thank her husband Joe and their children Caroline and Joseph for their support.
Tracy Cubbal has been a fixture of the Cleveland improv scene since 2005. She has studied at the Annoyance, iO, and Second City theaters. She has performed at venues including Cleveland Public Theatre, the Columbus Unscripted Improv Festival, the Del Close Marathon, Chicago's Playground Theater, and the Torch Theatre in Phoenix. She has taught at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and the San Diego Improv Festival. She performs with Point of No Return Improv in Cuyahoga Falls and serves as Co-Artistic Director.--