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March 25, 2015 show guest Mark Bratton




Mark Bratton is a fourth generation Chicagoan that completed study at Second City, Chicago; IO, Chicago and Annoyance Theater. In addition to his tenure as an original cast member of Pimprov, his stage appearances include "Out of the Blue" with Live Bait Theater and "Words" with Second City, Chicago among others.

In vast contrast, Mark is also a twenty-eight year veteran of The Chicago Police Department.

March 18, 2015 show guest Brooke Breit


Brooke Breit is a resident stage alum of the Second City e.t.c. (A Clown Car Named Desire and Apes of Wrath).  She also performed with The Second City National Touring Company and numerous other shows at Second City, iO Chicago and The Annoyance.  She can currently been seen in Improv All Stars (UP Comedy Club) and Whirled News Tonight (iO Chicago). Brooke is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis. Brooke loves coffee, pizza and her family (not necessarily in that order). 

March 11, 2015 show guest Aaron Todd Douglas


Aaron Todd Douglas is a theatre practitioner who acts, directs, adapts and teaches.  He is a member of the Acting Faculty at Northwestern University and a member in good standing of AEA and SAG/AFTRA.  

He is a founding ensemble member of Congo Square Theatre Company, where his acting credits include their multiple Jeff Award winning production of Seven Guitars, The Piano Lesson, Before it Hits Home, Spunk, and Ali. He originated the role of Flip in the world premiere of Stick Fly by Lydia Diamond (the play was later produced on Broadway) and performed in Joe Turner’s Come and Gone at The Goodman Theatre commemorating the Goodman’s historic completion of Wilson’s Century Cycle. 

Directing projects include: Ruined (Eclipse Theatre), Radio Golf (Raven Theatre), The Nativity (Congo Square/The Goodman), 12 Angry Men (Raven Theatre, Jeff Award Best Ensemble, nomination Best Director), Smash Hit by Steve Broadnax (Cultural Conversations Festival), Pill Hill (Black Theatre Alliance Award – Best Director, Best Production ETA Creative Arts), Talented Tenth (Black Theatre Alliance Award – Best Production), African Company Presents Richard III (Congo Square Theatre Company).

Aaron is a former company member at Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival where he appeared in numerous productions including Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Macbeth, The Alchemist, Hamlet, Three Musketeers, and twice played the title role in Othello.  He later directed A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Outstanding Play- Cincinnati Entertainment Awards for Theater).

Other acting credits include: Tree and Wheatley (Victory Gardens Theatre), Wait Until Dark (Court Theatre), Journal of Ordinary Thought (Chicago Theater Company), Iphigenia 2.0 (Next Theatre), Fortunes of the Moor (ETA Creative Arts), The State of Mississippi v. Emmet Till (Pegasus Players), Julius Caesar (Chicago Shakespeare), Perfect Mendacity (Steppenwolf), and Measure for Measure (Goodman Theatre).


March 4, 2015 show guest Kirsten Chan




Kirsten Chan is a Chicago-based actor, writer, eater, and crafter.  When she's not secretly documenting the odd behavior of those around her as "research" for her future sitcom, you can find her scoping out the best vegetarian dishes and desserts at restaurants across the country.  Kirsten's also an avid DIY-er with an emphasis on special events, party decor, and upcycling.  Her first love is and always will be TV, and you can count of her for endless commentary about The Bachelor / Bachelorette, Project Runway, and any sitcom from the 80s - 90s.


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February 25, 2015 show guest Chad Briggs





Chad Briggs has been a fixture in the Chicago comedy scene for the past several years. In addition to stand up, he's known for his character work and has been taking on more and more acting roles as of late. He can be seen in the independent drama "Hellion" starring Aaron Paul and Juliette Lewis.

Check out Chad Briggs as DK Ediger.






CLICK HERE to see Chad as a father who doesn't have long to live who leaves behind something special for his son. 

Tune in February 25th as we interview Chad Briggs live on The Seth Williams Show.

February 18, 2015 show guest Kelvin Roston, Jr.

This week's guest is the talented Kelvin Roston, Jr.


Check him out in this trailer for The Jackie Wilson Story




But you probably know him from this last Christmas season as the family man with the big ole tree




Tune in February 18 as we interview Kelvin Roston, Jr. live on The Seth Williams Show