Kelly Lohman has spent the majority of her improv years as a member of The Society, playing short-form games and improvising long-form musicals. The Society has performed locally at iO West, where they were 13-time cage match champions, Comedy Central Stages, the East Rep Playhouse, and more. They also travel the nation, performing on college campuses, in outdoor amphitheaters. music centers, and many other charming locals. Lohman is a member of Vs. Theatre Company, named “one of the top theatre companies of the last decade” by LA Weekly, and Little Candle Productions, a company focused on developing new works with emerging playwrights. Favorite theatrical roles include Hope in “Urinetown”, Christine in “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”, Anne in “The Elliots”, and Jennifer in “The Dastardly Ficus”. Lohman received an ensemble award from ADA for her work in “Our Town” (Emily) and from LA Weekly for “Urinetown” (Hope). She has also appeared on television and film in “Bones”, “Gilmore Girls”, “Days of Our Lives”, and “The Hillside Strangler”. She recently shot the pilot episode of A.S.K. What Could Be the Harm, produced by JK Productions. Lohman has directed and assistant directed with Interact Theatre Company, the Fremont Centre Theatre, Vs. Theatre Company, and The Car Plays (Moving Arts). Lohman and her writing partner, Annie Savage, were recently quarterfinalists in the half-hour comedy spec category in Final Draft’s Big Break Screenwriting Contest. Lohman grew up in the Seattle area and, therefore, loves coffee and rain a bit more than one should.