Anoo has been performing improv since her debut with Transactors in 1997. Since then she has also taught improvisational theater to people ranging in age from four to 76 in all sorts of places, including businesses like Novant Health, schools such as UNC's School of Public Administration, and arts centers around the Southeast. Recently Anoo has appeared in MooreTale Film and TinkhamTown Production films and performed in the all-female improv group Ask Daphne. She is also an intuitive life coach, writer, poet, and goofy spazz.
Greg Hohn joined Transactors in 1989 and became its director in 1996. He is a senior lecturer at UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School, where he started teaching Applied Improv (FIZ) in 2000, and presents FIZ programs in academic settings, corporations, and organizations across the country. He also taught improv and acting for the camera in Duke University's Theater Studies Department for five years. Greg sings with the Triangle Jazz Orchestra and his other theater work includes performances with Archipelago, Manbites Dog, Shakespeare & Originals, Temple Theatre, and Long Beach Playhouse and acting and directing with the 10x10 Festival at The ArtsCenter, Activated Ackland, and Redbird Festival of One-Act Plays. He has also worked in film, television, radio, and industrial/corporate media. Greg graduated from UNC with a degree in English and has written fiction and for stage, radio, and periodicals.
Bart Hubbard stumbled into an improv class at the suggestion of a wise friend in 2010. Since then he can't get enough and has taken many classes and joined Transactors Improv in March 2013. His day job is running a web consulting business, but for fun he enjoys drinking local beer and giving himself compliments.
Juliet joined Transactors in 2014. She immediately fell in love with improv when she took her first class with Anoo Brod in 2013. She is a music composer, with an M.M. from Longy Conservatory in Boston. Juliet moved to Chapel Hill from the northeast with her husband and two kids in 2011.
Steve was a Transactors from 1997 to 2006 and rejioned the company in 2013. He lives in Greensboro and had been doing a bit of acting, including the ever popular (among improvisers anyway) standardized-patient work, but really, really, really missed improv. Steve says his new love for meditation has helped him be more in the moment.
Steven started working with Transactors Improv in 2001. In the past few years he has appeared in Loveseat Theater's production of Sex, Drugs, and Dinner and has been seen in One Song's production of The Phantom Tollbooth, The ArtsCenter's 10 x 10 Play Festival, Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You, and Romeo and Juliet. He has also been a storyteller for A Tour of Southern Ghosts festival near Atlanta. Steven received his BA in religion and completed a masters of divinity degree (yep-not lying!). He moved to the Triangle from Georgia in January 2001 and works with Club Nova in Carrboro. Steven recently returned to the company after a 14-month hiatus.
Jane Allen Wilson was a Transactors regular from 1997 to 2003 and rejoined the company in March 2013. She has performed in improv assemblages at ComedyWorx and Common Ground Theater. Some will remember her occasional performances in plays with The ArtsCenter Performs, Denning Seven, Shakespeare & Originals, and the Dog and Pony Show for Manbites Dog Theater, among others. Jane Allen also performs interactive improv for teaching purposes for Duke Hospitals and she performs improvised songs, stories, and sound effects with an experimental music group, Quisp!