Jeremy Brothers is the Artistic Director of Improv Asylum, a veteran of the Main Stage cast, and thrilled to have directed the casts of both “Innocence Lost” and “It’s A Wonderful So-Called Life.” This summer, Jeremy will be directing Improv Asylum’s Best-Of Show at Laugh Boston. Jeremy is the also creator of a variety of shows including “All the Single Ladies,” “Andy Warhol’s Christmas Special,” “Uncomfortable Holiday Moments,” and the original musical “You’re A Good Man, Scott Brown” with Jim Zaroulis. In addition, Jeremy also serves as the Director of the Training Center here at Improv Asylum. He can also be seen (albeit, very briefly) in the film “Bride Wars.” Special thanks to the main stage cast and crew for their time and their talent, the NXT casts and crew for their attention and thirst, everyone in the corporate office for making sure it all happens, the front of house staff for letting him sit wherever he wants, his family and friends for their support and to The Leathergang, for making his week — every week. And to everyone named Ryan. If he's forgetting anyone, you should assume it's purposeful. In his spare time, Jeremy teaches in the Theatre Department at Suffolk University. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Jeremy hails originally from Tewksbury, the former carnation capital of the world.