Bree Harvey producer, writer, and MC talent, was born during the height of the variety show era.
Hearing voices in her head, makes creating KBKabaret™ a natural progression.
A native of Chicago, Judy came east to attend the Yale School of Drama for her graduate degree in Theater, then became a professional actress in NYC, working with Joe Papp’s Shakespeare in the Park, off-Broadway, children’s theater, and summer stock.
Since those years, she founded a community theater in Deposit, NY. She began to perform in Binghamton in 2000, at the Cider Mill Playhouse, and has trod many stages in the region; Chenango River Theater, Hangar Theater, Cortland Rep, Know Theater, SRO Company, and Ti-awaga Players.
In 2010 she co-founded Southern Tier Actors Read (S.T.A.R.) She loves radio acting and has directed, written, and performed in several local productions. She is excited to be involved in KBKabaret™ as it creates a new dimension in the area’s radio programming.
John Carey is a performing member of “The Puzzled Players” Comedy Improv Troupe. He teaches comedy improv and is a founding member, writer and performer of the sketch comedy team, “Moose Pie”. He is also an independent film/stage actor who lives by this personal philosophy:
“When life begins to drive you crazy, just be thankful you have a ride.”
John Montgomery is a stand-up comedian, comedy writer, actor and a founding member of the sketch comedy group Moose Pie.
Charles Berman was born and raised, and has previously been seen. He currently lives.
Bonnie is making her radio debut on KBKabaret, although she is no stranger to the world of theater. She has been involved with several local theater groups including Darkhorse Dramatists, Cider Mill Playhouse, PresentingArts, Endicott Performing Arts Center, Half Light Theater, and Southern Tier Actors Read. She has experience backstage as a director, stage manager, and lighting board operator. Bonnie is a member of Moose Pie, a local sketch comedy group, appearing with them in live performances as well as in videos such as “Pieces,” and “The Human Effect.” Her current “day job” is Assistant Instructor for the Upstate Medical Center Clinical Campus in Binghamton, portraying different patients for third-year medical students.