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Take yourself back to the last leadership and employee training your company had.

Was it exciting and memorable... or did you master the art of sleeping with your eyes open while someone talked at your for several hours?
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Monday 7PM

10/16/18, $20

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Team Members

Alex is thrilled to be a part of the Main Stage cast. In addition to the weekends, he can be seen on Monday nights with resident House Team, Leather Gang. Alex is also a founding member of the Boston based indie group, Just Suspects. Other interests include customer service and paying rent. He would like to thank his friends and family for their continued support. Enjoy the show!

Alex Kagy

Bob is the Managing Director for IA Innovation and is responsible for client relations, day to day operations and business development throughout Europe and the globe.

As a former EVP and COO of major revenue companies across the entertainment and technology industries, Bob brings a wealth of business development experience and knowledge.

Bob Melley

Wow. Here we are, face to face, a couple silver spoons. Brian is tremendously excited for you to be here and to be understudying his second mainstage revue. When not wearing a suit, Brian can be seen wearing a dress at the Asylum’s Saturday night production of All the Single Ladies at Ned Devine’s. You can also see him more casually dressed with the Leather Gang at IA’s House Team night or with Awkward Compliment, his favorite mistake, Thursdays in Davis Square. Special thanks go out to his incredibly supportive friends and family – you know who you are; the unsupportive ones also know who they are and hopefully haven’t made it this far into the the theater. And most of all, thanks to his wife Natalie, whose exceptional tolerance for bad jokes is much appreciated. Together, we’re gonna find our way!

Brian DiBello

Ceara is stoked to be a member of the Main Stage cast! Ceara has also performed with Face Off and All-Access Improv across the river at Improv Boston. When she isn’t improvising, Ceara is usually eating barbecue chips or trolling the internet.

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"I recommend Improv Asylum to anyone in the corporate world who is trying to find a unique way to help leaders build on their teamwork, listening skills, communication and camaraderie! The techniques used were very effective and educational while being fun for everyone! Even the people who were most skeptical came away surprised and happy that we used the experts at Improv Asylum to bolster our team dynamics for future success!"

Susanna Fier

VP Public Affairs & Marketing

"We were looking for something unique… a different twist on corporate training. It was the highlight of our sales kick off! Very different from your more traditional corporate training workshops… It was a rousing success."

John Sutliffe

Vice President of Sales at Virgin Pulse

"Our leadership session was perfect! Our facilitator really did an excellent job guiding us through the exercises and facilitating our afternoon discussion! It really was just what we were looking for!"

Samantha Mahoney

The Westin Copley Place Boston

"With IA Innovation and Robert Melley and his team we have found a partner for leadership communication which provide us with ideas and programs that even exceed our expectations. In 2012 they supported us at the Zeiss Strategy Summit which was held at Harvard Business School – with more than 100 top executives from all Zeiss entities participating in a full-day program on leadership and communication. In 2013 we were happy that they joined our Vision Care Business Group Leadership Summit in Frankfort, also with more than 100 executives in attendance, and provided the leadership team with a customized, entertaining and very instructing program that addressed the main challenges of our business.

The days with IA Innovation have made lasting impressions and the general feedback from the vast majority of participants is that they learned something sustainable for their work and their own professional development. We are deeply convinced that the way IA Innovation has defined to take leadership communication to the next level is unique in its approach and in its sustainable outcome for participants and company. . ."

Joachim Kuss

Zeiss

"We recently participated in MassChallenge’s 2014 Boot Camp and provided our innovative and interactive Keynote training program for up to 180 start up companies. Helping early stage entrepreneurs win with MassChallenge, Improv Asylum kicked off day 1 of the Boot Camp by teaching valuable skill sets to help them get ahead of the pack and to stay there!

Check out what MassChallenge and the boot campers had to say about us and our program! Some great video too!"

MassChallenge’s 2014 Boot Camp

"We loved working with the energetic, creative, and agile Improv Asylum team at our annual Store Leader Conference in Las Vegas. They delivered “Yes, And” training to help every store team build rapport and to authentically create guest value. Over 5,000 leaders learned how to use focused listening for building rapport and sales, and they learned how to create a culture that exceeds guest expectations with social confidence, agility and creativity."

Mathew Hirst

Senior Director OD, Talent, and Learning GameStop

"Wow! Your team was GREAT! “Yes, and…” resonated with staff and we are hearing it used daily. We appreciate your team’s enthusiasm in helping us build a culture of excellence."

Jane Finley

Executive Director, Kaiser Permanente

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Brian DiBello

Wow. Here we are, face to face, a couple silver spoons. Brian is tremendously excited for you to be here and to be understudying his second mainstage revue. When not wearing a suit, Brian can be seen wearing a dress at the Asylum’s Saturday night production of All the Single Ladies at Ned Devine’s. You can also see him more casually dressed with the Leather Gang at IA’s House Team night or with Awkward Compliment, his favorite mistake, Thursdays in Davis Square. Special thanks go out to his incredibly supportive friends and family – you know who you are; the unsupportive ones also know who they are and hopefully haven’t made it this far into the the theater. And most of all, thanks to his wife Natalie, whose exceptional tolerance for bad jokes is much appreciated. Together, we’re gonna find our way!

Ceara O’Sullivan

Ceara is stoked to be a member of the Main Stage cast! Ceara has also performed with Face Off and All-Access Improv across the river at Improv Boston. When she isn’t improvising, Ceara is usually eating barbecue chips or trolling the internet.

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