Rebecca Sohn began improvising in 1987 in San Francisco. She moved to Chicago in 1991 and since then some improv highlights include playing with The Screw Puppies, Switchboard, TNT and Virgin Daiquiri. She’s also an actor of scripted works and has enjoyed roles in productions by Steppenwolf, Remy Bumppo and About Face. She wrote and performed 2 solo shows; Hope is a Four Letter Word and The Live Bex Show. She collaborated with her husband, Rich, to create Idiot Tango. She’s an alum of The Second City in Chicago where she continues to write, perform and direct for the Communications and the Theatricals divisions as well as The Second City Network. She teaches improv for The Annoyance where she has improvised, written, performed, understudied and/or directed over 30 shows. She is extremely fortunate to have worked with some of the most talented improvisers and actors in her career and looks forward to More. Of. That.