Team Group: Resident Producers & Collaborators

Kathy Klotz-Guest

I transform leaders and teams into HUMAN communicators, storytellers and creators who make change possible. Your team IS already an improv group: together, we make it a GREAT one. I left my tech VP marcom position in 2010 and started Keeping it Human to bring humanity into business.


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Anna Yanushkevich

Anna Yanushkevich has been filling community theatres and performing at large events for the better part of a decade. Combining ballet, aerial, contortion and visual arts, Anna asks her audience to seek where they sit in their seat on the spectrum between the strange beauty in nature and the macabre. In 2015 the San Diego Fringe Festival designated a special category for Anna, presenting her with the “Twisted Fringe Award” for Nocturnicon, a dive into the the way we handle mental illness and the human body before and after death. In addition, Anna is in school for pre-med and works as a veterinary technician. She also teaches beginner to advanced aerial arts and movement and is committed to helping the world stay strong, healthy and bendy.

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Robyn Ginsburg Braverman

Robyn Ginsburg Braverman is proud to be president of Dragon’s re-envisioned
board of directors and helping guide its future. She has been a voiceover actor for
over 40 years; in addition to once playing Carmen Sandiego, Robyn voices such
name clients as OpenTable, Cisco, Google, and Pennzoil. After a college career in
radio broadcasting, she co-hosted a morning drive time radio show, then created,
wrote and performed characters with the comedy troupe Lobster’s FunHouse
Players, content which was used for commercial radio programs and a syndicated
series. Robyn came to theatre arts when she joined the founding team of the Pear
Theatre in 2002. She’s supported that space ever since, through administration,
board membership and her 16-year involvement with the annual production of
Pear Slices. Currently, she serves as producer/director of Pear Theatre’s
developmental reading series, Fresh Produce. Beyond her board activities, Robyn
collaborated with Max & Alika on the world premiere of Barry Slater’s Confession
in 2020, which she co-produced and directed. Robyn lives in Fremont with her
husband Paul and their ever-evolving cat tribe.

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Kimberly Ridgeway

Kimberly Ridgeway has been working professionally as Director, Actor, Playwright and Producer in film and theater for over 20 years. Kimberly wrote, produced and directed the stage plays No More Secrets, Prospect Place, Heavy Burdens and The Gigolo Chronicles, and the short film The Confession.  Kimberly has directed projects for Dragon Productions Theatre Company, Altarena Playhouse, Contra Costa Civic Theatre, Bay Area Drama Company, Ubuntu Theatre Project, Bay Area Performing Arts Collective, Playwrights Center of San Francisco and TheatreFirst. Some of her favorite acting roles include Mrs. Muller, Doubt, Coretta Scott King/Fannie Lou Hamer, All the Way, Duchess, Wonderland (World Premiere), Biz, The Human Ounce (World Premiere), Randa in Altarena’s Savannah Sipping Society and Camae in The Mountaintop for which she won the 2016 BroadwayWorld San Francisco Award for Best Leading Actress in a Play (Local).

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