The Real. Good. Spies.

Wide Eyed Improv

Real. Good. Spies.
Real. Good. Spies.

Jeffrey Adams
Jeffrey Adams

Mike Jungman
Mike Jungman

Real. Good. Spies.
Real. Good. Spies.

1/11
Taking our talent to another level.​

Wide Eyed has started bringing our passion, creativity, and inspiration to the stage in a completely new way. Jeff Adams and Brennan Lowery host our new Improv Troupe, the Real. Good. Spies., to help our artists flex their chops and explore new facets of their skills.

 

 

Real. Good. Spies. are gonna Improv it up! Crab style. 

Join us on October 23rd

at

The Drilling Company, 236 W 78th St, 3rd floor

 

The party starts at 7pm 

&

The Spies go on at 7:30pm! 

 

Join us for drinks, raffles and so many laughs!!!

And crabs. 

 

Get discount advance tickets HERE!

​​Jeff Adams ​​ received his BA in Theatre Arts at Santa Clara University and is currently working on his MFA at The New School for Drama. Recent attributes include: That Improv show you just saw...Wide Eyed's Animals (Drew), NSD's Red Light Winter (Davis), As You Like It (Orlando), Venus in Fur (Thomas), and the many works of Great American Playwright, Sam Byron. Adams is beyond excited to be working with the Wide Eyed family and the disturbed, hilarious and talented team of Real. Good. Spies. Thank you always for the love and support of faculty, family, and friends.

 

Brennan Lowery found his love for improv at the University of Virginia as part of The Whethermen and has been immersed in the beautiful art form ever since. Continued his studies in Chicago at Second City, iO, and the Playground, and is currently studying for his MFA at The New School for Drama. Recent credits include: Craig Lucas' Blue Window(Griever), As You Like It (Jaques/Charles the Wrestler), and on the web series Internet Affairs. He has worked with Kristin Skye Hoffman before, most notably on the debut of Le Pond: A New Musical at The New School, and would like to thank Wide Eyed for giving him the opportunity to continue exploring one of his greatest loves.

Lucy McRae has been in the Acting Company of Wide Eyed Productions since 2008. She is an actor, improviser, voice-over talent, by day she plays a receptionist, and she is a major advocate of wasabi peas. If you'd like to see a website that needs major updating but explains more about Lucy, visit www.lucymcrae.com. Big thank you's go out to KHoff for this opportunity and the cast for their tremendous talents! And, of course, thank you to this audience. Without your ears, this wouldn't be happening! 

 

Andrew Harriss is an actor and writer who has been a member of Wide Eyed Productions since its inception in 2007. Company credits include The Medea, Much Ado About Nothing, One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest, A Devil Inside, The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot, Henry VI Part III, and Plight Of The Apothecary in 2011’s A Girl Wrote It. Other credits include Gorilla Reps Hamlet, The Jack Johnson Project, and All For Love with Boomerang Theatre Company. Andrew is also the writer, producer, and star of the web series “White Liars.” He is originally from Irvine, California and holds a B.F.A from Hofstra University. www.white-liars.com

 

Mike Jungman has been improvising sporadically since 2003 when he joined the Whethermen improv comedy group at the University of Virginia.  Since moving to New York in 2010, Mike has completed the core improv curriculum at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and is now in the Advanced Study Program.  At the UCB, Mike has studied under Will Hines, Doug Moe, Silvija Ozols, Kevin Hines, Gavin Speiller, Anthony Atamanuik, and Lydia Hensler.

 

Chloe Lewis hails from the Windy City. She did her improv training at iO Chicago, where she was a proud member of The Remedials. She moved to NYC to pursue acting after college at William and Mary where she churned butter with the colonials on the reg. She now attends the New School for Drama where she will graduate with her MFA in acting this fall. Chloe is pumped to be a member of Real Good Spies, and hopes they don't figure out that she is actually a member of the KGB...wait...you didn't read that.

 

Ryan Stinnett: According to the Urban Dictionary partially quoted definition #3 of Spy, “Spies are rarely what they are in the movies.  They aren’t kids like those lameass [sic] movies Spy Kids or Cody Banks.  Cody Banks was f*cking lame and inaccurate.”  Ryan Stinnett is neither lame nor inaccurate and that is precisely why he is excited to be on this team, which is also not lame or lacking accuracy.  The definition concludes with “James Bond is a cool spy.”  Well guess whathalo55555@hotmail.com? You better make more room on that “cool spy” list because we are Real Good Spies and that’s not just a clever name.  Ryan is also a member of the Bats at The Flea Theater and can be seen in the long-running show #Serials@TheFlea. www.ryanwesleystinnett.com 

 

Sarah Cook is an MFA graduate of the New School for Drama. Having performed on both coasts, Sarah is pleased to be working with Wide Eyed for the first time. Recent credits include NYFA film “Rage 12” and The Country with Paul Takacs. She likes crosswords and rehearsal.

 

Laura Cantekin had her debut as the narrator of the epic play "The First Thanksgiving" at the tender age of five, which is what first brought her to the stage. Most recently, she has written, directed and performed at International House in nearly a dozen shows, promoting global citizenship and the arts. Laura maintains a low-profile by posing as an educational consultant by day, and holds a Master of Arts from Teachers College at Columbia University. She's worked at Sesame Street here in New York and hopes to work on the show internationally. In her free-time, Laura enjoys perfecting her Beyonce impression at the nearest Zumba class. A convincing disguise is after all, the most important element of spydom!

 

 

The REAL. GOOD. SPIES. 

Team Captains Brennan Lowery and Jeff Adams