• Brandon Campbell

    Brandon is originally from Hattiesburg, Mississippi where he received his BFA in Theatre Performance at the University of Southern Mississippi. He has now moved to Chicago to further pursue his theatrical career. Some of his favorite roles in the past include Mr. Toad in Wind in the Willows, Cornelius in The Matchmaker, Heck Tate in To Kill a Mockingbird, Ferdinand in The Tempest, and Baz in A Bright Room Called Day. Last year, Brandon made his Chicago stage debut with Theatre Faction’s production of One Thousand Words, a new musical, as young Warren. He has also performed as a townsperson in the electric crowd scene at the Goodman’s production of An Enemy of the People and as the Barber in Man of La Mancha with MadKap Productions. Brandon thanks the whole team for being so welcoming. He hopes you enjoy the wonderful work of some of amazing artists!

  • Cosmo Coniglio

    Cosmo Coniglio is extremely happy to be in the Imagination Theater Ensemble! Cosmo originally hails from the suburbs of Chicago, but he recently spent four years in central Illinois where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Art at Illinois College, Jacksonville. While attending college, he taught improv to children through the United Way’s Imagination Foundation (Jacksonville, IL) and was an Emcee at Green Pastures Performing Arts Camp (Meredosia, IL). He has also performed in multiple productions through Illinois College’s TheatreWorks (Jacksonville, IL) and New Salem’s Theatre in the Park (Petersburg, IL), but some of his most recent credits include “Joe” in Angels in America, “Eddie Ryan” in Do Black Patent Shoes Really Reflect Up, and “BB” in Terminal Cafe. Since moving to Chicago in 2017, he has enrolled in the Conservatory and Sketch Writing Program at Second City, the Professional School of Improvisation at CSz, and the improv program at iO.

  • Duane Deering

    After moving to Chicago in 2013, Duane started his adventures in improv and comedy after working and playing in the theatre and music scenes in Dallas, Texas for many years. He has appeared in a variety of short films, commercials, and web series, and performed on Chicago stages at iO Theater, The Second City, Stage 773, Theatre Momentum, Profiles Theatre, and Collaboraction Theatre. Once he renews his busking license, you might catch Duane at a red line station providing the soundtrack for your commute to work.

  • Jessamyn Fitzpatrick 

    Jessamyn Fitzpatrick is Chicago born actor and educator. A graduate of Reed College in Portland, OR, Jessamyn has performed with various Chicago companies including Broken Nose Theatre, Raven Theatre, Walkabout and The Shakespeare All-Stars. Jessamyn is also a teaching artist with TimeLine Theatre and an educator with Catharsis Productions – with whom she performs Sex Signals; an interactive show about gender, sexual violence and consent. She is a proud company member with For Youth Inquiry for the Illinois Caucus of Adolescent Health – which offers participatory theatre and workshops surrounding reproductive justice. She recently completed her first producing/playwriting credit with FIRST, a play about virginity through ICAH. Jessamyn is thrilled to join Imagination Theatre and continue to activate art and performance as a platform for community building, accountability, and social change. Much love and light to all your brave, warrior hearts.

  • Amanda Forman

    Amanda Forman is an actor and playwright originally from Iowa City, IA. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Minnesota State University, Mankato. Since moving to Chicago in August 2015, Amanda has performed with Oak Park Theatre Festival Theatre (The Fair Maid of the WestTo Kill a Mockingbird), Metropolis Performing Arts Centre (The 39 Steps), The Side Project Theatre (Lysistrata), Clock Theatre (Irrational Tales: Women Politics and Murder), Pride Films and Plays (26), and is an artistic associate with 20% Theatre Company where she made her Chicago debut in Target Behavior. Amanda’s newest play, Why Are Graham Crackers Hard? premiered in February 2017. Her one-act play, Forgiveness, premiered at Minnesota State University, Mankato and was later performed at Cathedral High School in St. Cloud, Minnesota.



  • Vanessa Garcia

    Vanessa Garcia is happy to be joining the Imagination Theater ensemble. Vanessa is an Illinois State University graduate with an B.A. in Acting and English Studies, Linguistics. She has been studying and performing improv since 2012 and is excited to use it to provide a safer society through the school system. When she’s not doing improv or plays, you can find Vanessa eating tortas, hanging out with her friends and family, or watching National Treasure on repeat.



  • Aissa Guerra

    Originally hailing from Texas, Aissa received her Theatre degree from Northwestern University, and is an exclusive talent with Lily’s Talent Agency in Chicago, IL. Recent acting credits include Brenda in La Ruta by Isaac Gomez (Steppenwolf Theatre, Scout Series), Raggy the Flute Clown in the Music and the Mayhem (Rabid Bat Theatricals), Expectation (FYI or Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health), Clara in The Van Gogh Café (Filament Theatre), and Scrooge in Three Ghosts: A Christmas Carol (Thirteen O’ Clock Theatre, McAllen, TX). She has worked on festivals and events at the Den Theatre, Chicago Dramatists, Adventure Stage Chicago, and Story Club Chicago. She also attended the British American Dramatic Academy in 2014 at Oxford University in Cambridge, England, where she focused on Shakespearean acting. She sometimes sound engineers/designs, and works as an expert witness for attorney training programs at Kirkland and Ellis, LLP. She is so excited to be working with such brilliant artists on creating performances that guide students through a myriad of important topics. In her free time, she can be found playing musical instruments, dancing, playing board games, and spending quality time with friends.



  • Gregory Hill

    Gregory is an Ohio-born actor who spends most of time searching for his next snack break. He studied Film at Columbia College of Chicago while also diving into the Chicago improv scene via The Playground Theatre and Annoyance Theatre. His YouTube channel, “the other improv,” explores how the fear of conversation can divide and blind how we all are just looking for our next snack. Twizzlers, Captain Crunch,  Chex mix, an apple … all good. Recent credits include Lyle the Crocodile. 

  • Jake Jones

    Jake is originally from Columbus, Ohio and lives and performs in Chicago. He has appeared in all types of shows ranging from Shakespeare to Children’s Theater to Klingon language theater. He has worked with many companies in the area, including Artists’ Ensemble, Stone Soup Shakespeare, Oak Park Festival Theater, City Lit, Suitcase Shakespeare, Chase Park, Commedia Beauregard, Greatworks and Alphabet Soup, as well as the Shakespeare Theater of NJ and CATCO (Ohio). When not performing, Jake occasionally teaches acting, auditioning and improv for children. He can often be found at Navy Pier performing as an interactive character or an emcee. Jake received his BFA in Acting from the University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music (CCM).

  • Philip Lindsey

    Philip Lindsey is excited to be returning to Chicago after a successful run at The Edinburgh Fringe to continue on with Imagination Theater in its mission of enacting change at an elementary, middle, and high school level. He is a francophone actor born in Rome and raised in Turkey, Senegal, Egypt, and South Africa. Notable past credits include Hyde Ya Kids, Hyde Ya Park, WTA Actor’s Showcase, Ticket Booth, El Stories, Point of V, and Dandelion’s Make Ready Series. When Philip is not performing he is freelancing at the Museum of Contemporary Art, photographing Chicago with his Minolta SRTMC, or reading Shakespeare.

  • Dimokratia Michalopoulos

    Dimokratia has been working with Imagination Theater since 2012 and is excited to continue educating audiences through theater. Dimokratia graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelors Degree in Musical Theater Performance. Since graduating has performed with companies like Underscore Theater, JPAC, Stage 773, Davenports Piano Bar and Cabaret, and Greatworks Theater. Other than working in theater and education, Dimokratia is also a vocalist and sings in various bands around the city including Cagen Entertainment, DIVA, Istvan & His Imaginary Band, and with her own acoustic trio, Dimokrat & the Republicans. She feels very blessed to be able to do what she loves.

  • Cassandra Quinn
    Cassandra’s originally from Bedford, Indiana and graduated from Huntington University in with a B.A. in Theatre Performance and Sociology. After working for various regional and educational theatres throughout the midwest, she moved to Chicago in 2010 to continue pursuing her career as an actor and teaching artist and has been an ensemble member of Imagination Theater since June 2011. Chicago acting credits include Space Wars: the Panto! at Piccolo Theatre, Devour with 20% Theatre and As You Like It with Spectralia Theatre. The majority of her professional career has been serving as an actor, director, and educator for numerous educational theatres including GreatWorks, Explore Theatre, and CLIMB Theatre. She’s also the co-founder of the educational touring theatre company, Compass Creative Dramatics. You can learn more about cassandra at www.cassandraquinn.com.
  • Nora King
    Nora King is an actor and improviser living in Chicago. Her recent theater credits include Round Heads and Pointed Heads (Red Tape Theatre), The Kansas Collection (Speakeasy Society), Cem (UCLA Artist Residency/REDCAT), Cloud 9 (Moving Art Collective, festivals in The Czech Republic and Belgium). You can see her comedic nonsense all around town! She has studied with the Second City Conservatory and iO Chicago. She has also received her BFA in Acting from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). So yes, she recently moved from California. And yes, she is freezing. However, she is stoked to be working with the amazing artists of the Imagination Theater! Check out more info at noraking.net.
  • Rose Shapiro
    Originally from West Orange, New Jersey, this is Rose’s first year in Chicago. She graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a B.A. in Linguistics, and has since worked in the Artistic Department of Collaboraction Theatre, as a Program Specialist with Boosterthon, and in the Development Department at MCC Theater in New York. Rose also directed for Collaboraction’s 2018 Peacebook Festival. She is thrilled and honored to have joined the Imagination Theater team!
  • Sean Sullivan
    Sean Sullivan is thrilled to be working with Imagination Theater. An actor and writer originally from Rhode Island, Sean is in his second year with the company and has worked as a youth drama teacher in Providence, Boston, and Chicago. He performs with the CSz Theater in Chicago and Laugh Out Loud Theater, creates musical with the award-winning “Baby Wants Candy” and has performed with the Playground, iO, and ImprovBoston. Sean has been on two different forms of “Jeopardy!” and has won grand sums of prize money, and also loses his keys on a regular basis.