Christine Turner

CHRISTINE TURNER (improviser) has been performing improvisational comedy since 1986 when she founded her first improv comedy troupe "Brainwaves". "Brainwaves" performed the college circuit all over the West Coast. She also founded the first all-female improv group in the Pacific-Northwest, "Raging Hormones", before relocating to New York City in 1994. Christine Turner was a member of Freestyle Repertory Theater and taught improv throughout the Tri-State Area. She has worked with Theatersports and ComedySportz (International Improvisational Comedy Organizations) and co-founded the long-running musical improv comedy "The Next Big Broadway Musical". She has taught Improvisation at Wharton and Wall Street, as well as performing improv on her own at Don't Tell Mama and The Ice Palace.