Super Human Collective LLC is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, but we happily travel wherever we're needed. We've done improv workshops in Nashville, Minneapolis, and St. Louis. Plus, thanks to a certain global pandemic, we've adapted to our clients' needs and now host workshops online.
Business Operations Manager
Amber Walker has been performing improv in Chicago for more than ten years. She trained at the iO Theater and currently plays with Super Human at The Annoyance Theater. Amber previously performed all over the world with The Second City’s review aboard the Norwegian Star cruise liner. She loves sleeping in and telling it like it is. These days, she works in HR and throws pottery.
Client Communications Manager
Katie Klein studied improv at the iO Theater and The Second City. She is an alumni of The Second City e.t.c Stage, for which she wrote and performed Fantastic Super Great Nation Numero Uno and A Red Line Runs Through It. When she's not improvising all over town, you can find her on TV in Joe Pera Talks With You (Comedy Central) and Work in Progress (Showtime). Katie has spent years facilitating workshops through iO and Second City Works. Ask her about #meatlessmonday!
MARY CAIT WALTHALL
Mary Cait Walthall is a graduate of the London International School of Performing Arts, where she completed a two-year course in devised performance practice and physical performance technique. Previously, she played with the Neo-Futurists and Baby Wants Candy. She currently performs with Super Human at The Annoyance Theater and teaches improv at iO. You can also catch her on the Improvised Star Trek Podcast and teaching Chicago youth about restorative justice practices.
Sarah Ashley has been doing improv for 15 years. She earned a BFA in Theater from the Univ. of Michigan and a Certificate in Creative Nonfiction Writing from Univ. of Chicago. Sarah performs improv weekly around the city. Read her writing on Reductress and PureWow. Trained at iO and The Annoyance, she's now taught improv at The Annoyance for three years. Sarah is really proud of the live lit show she co-hosts, Tartle at the Duke, but she’s from Minnesota so she has no idea how to brag about that.