I'm a 22 year-old recent college graduate who studies longform improv at the Upright CItizens Brigade Theatre in New York. I grew up in California's San Joaquin Valley, came to New York for college, spent one semester in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and will be in Chicago until November.
I'm a pretty quiet guest-- while in Chicago I'll be completing an internship and possibly taking an improv class or seeing improv shows if my schedule allows, so I'll be out of the way most days. However, I'm also very adaptable and am more than happy to sit down with my hosts and let them know more about me, if they'd like.
I don't have a life motto per se, but I believe in being considerate and really listening to people. I'm also very open to different types of food, music, movies, shows, and books. Lately I've really enjoyed going for walks, trying new foods, watching sitcoms, reading fun books, going to the movies, and seeing improv and sketch shows. In New York, most of my schedule consists of work (including job-hunting), practicing and performing with my improv teams, and writing. This will be somewhat different in Chicago depending on my internship schedule, but I'll probably still keep myself busy.