DAVID BRAUCHER, professional actor, master teacher, director. Worked with Paul Sorvino, Susan Sarandon, Leila Kenzle (“Mad About You”), Carol Woods (“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”), John Rue (“Boardwalk Empire”), etc. Originated Good Clean Fun Improv Troupe. Trained improvisers in Funny Ladies, Awkward Kids Talking, Group Therapy, Manhattan Improv Co., Possible Side Effects, Good Head & Attitude, and others.
WHAT THEY SAY:
Matt Donnelly (Possible Side Effects, NYC, The Bucket Show, Las Vegas):
“We learned from Charna Halpern (“io”, Chicago), Miles Stroth (Second City), Ali Farranokian (People’s Improv Theater, NYC), Amy Poehler (SNL, “Parks and Recreation”, Upright Citizens Brigade)), and David Braucher. All of whom taught improv so specifically, honoring the true brilliance of open improv”.
Kerri-Anne Lavin (Disney XD On-Air Creative, Second City, Las Vegas):
“I attribute any success I’ve had in comedy to David Braucher and my initial improv training. It’s shaped my life as an exciting adventure”.
Kathleen Kellaigh (Actor, “Guiding Light”; Artistic Director, Action Theater Conservatory):
“A wonderful combination of true professional and gifted instructor … I leave class exhilarated!”
Ken Levine ( Head writer “M*A*S*H” and “Cheers”)
“I couldn’t be more thrilled with the cast of ‘Our Time’ and director David Braucher.”
The Record (Troy, NY):
“Under David Braucher’s direction ‘Dinner with Friends’ becomes a riveting experience that is touching, smart, and insightful — in other words tender and truthful theater.”
Kevin Kittle (Head BFA Acting Program, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University):
“A wonderful teacher.”
The Bergen Record (Northern, NJ):
“The improv troupe Good Clean Fun is magical … hilarious … fascinating to watch.”
Barbara N. Howard (Actor, theRep):
“David Braucher is an extremely gifted, knowledgeable, and passionate teacher and artist.”
David Calvitto: Edinburgh Fringe Fest “Fringe First” for directing “Enterprise”.
Harry Bauer: Gen Con award for “Best Series” for “Mad Scientists Consortium”.
Kate Harris: Joseph Jefferson award, “Best Actor” for performance in “Misery”, Chicago.