Christian Utzman (a founding member of the Un-Scripted Theater Company) began his career as an improv actor doing street theater at Renaissance Faire in ‘93. In ‘97 Christian got involved in staged improvisational theater at College of Marin studying Johnstonian improv (Keith Johnstone is the author of both Impro and Impro for Storytellers). To hone his craft, Christian joined as many improv troupes as he could. So far his hard work has landed him in a veritable plethora of improv groups including: Cannibals at High Tea; The Tuesday Night Players; Treated and Released; The Fibbs; the BATS Improv Sunday Players and The Belfry; the Un-Scripted Theater Company; and countless other smaller troupes.
When Christian isn't on stage he's teaching, studying, or watching improv, and despite all the time he spends on stage these days, he still finds time to head back to his roots and do street theater once or twice a year. What’s Christian doing right now? Check his website at www.improvactor.com.