Rob Yoho got into improv as a wide-eyed, puka shell necklace-wearing undergrad, and he has now been teaching improv for around nine years (so, can’t really get out of it now).
He’s also a B. Iden Payne Award-nominated director, actor, and fight choreographer. His academic street creds are an MFA in Directing from Baylor University and a BA in Performance/Directing from Rollins College. At The Hideout, Rob directed The Kindness of Strangers: Improvised Tennessee Williams Plays and assistant directed I’ll Take the Physical Challenge. Favorite onstage appearances include The Hideout’s 48 Hour Improv Marathon, Process, Bah, Humbug! An Improvised Charles Dickens Christmas, and Heavens, Mr. Darcy: Improvised Jane Austen Erotica.
As a teacher, Rob is particularly interested in narrative improv, two-person scene work, and the integration of game and platform/tilt.
Rob is basically a human porg and has more beard than face.