Nick GreenoughWashington Improv Theater
Nick Greenough discovered improv after a disastrous 8th grade performance of Hamlet in which he forgot all of his lines.
Thankfully he was saved (at least a scrap of face) by another actor taking the initiative and improvising. Since then, he has always reveled in having no lines to remember. While many non-improvisers insist that they can’t imagine going onstage without a plan—think about all that could go wrong!—Nick believes that improvising ensures that nothing can go wrong.
Nick is a member of the Washington Improv Theater ensemble Season Six. He was a member of his local college’s improv group (GPIG), studied at WIT, directed the WIT Harold teams Ouroboros, Fisticuffs, and Discoteca!
Photo by Andrew Bossi