With over 55 years of history, hundreds of creative and colorful individuals have graced our stages. Many have taken their writing and performing skills on to bigger and better things – earning the Brave New Workshop a reputation as a training ground for the most inventive minds in comedy.
See our alumni starring in the TV shows Working Class, Mad Men, Arrested Development, Reba, RENO 911, MAD TV, Numb3rs, Ally McBeal, Alias, Cagney & Lacey, and MANTIS
Also writers/producers of TV’s Nurse Jackie, Rescue Me, That 70’s Show, Home Improvement, Roseanne, The Larry Sanders Show, Murphy Brown, Two and a Half Men, Married… With Children, Night Court, The Carol Burnett Show, and Happy Days
Our alums were some of the original head writers for Saturday Night Live!
See our alums acting in the major motion pictures: Meet the Fockers, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, The Devil Wears Prada, The Mask, Sleepless in Seattle, Ruthless People, Sophie’s Choice, and Caddyshack
Also, writing/production of the motion pictures The Naked Gun, Bachelor Party, Police Academy, and Analyze This.
An alum is artistic director of the Arizona Theatre Company (and formerly of The Seattle Rep); alums are the founders of the Houston Comedy Workshop and Stevie Ray’s Improv Company.
BNW alums perform at the Guthrie Theatre, History Theatre, Theatre de la Jeune Lune, Illusion Theatre, Plymouth Playhouse, the acting company of NPR’s A Prairie Home Companion, and many others both locally and nationally.
Yep! The Brave New Workshop is noted in show biz as a training ground for the most inventive minds in comedy, including US Senator Al Franken, Louie Anderson, Mo Collins, Tom Davis, Peter MacNicol, Melissa Peterman, Pat Proft, Rich Sommer, Nancy Steen, Peter Tolan, Linda Wallem, Cedric Yarbrough, and many more!
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