Brad McEntire has studied and performed comedy and improvisation for over a 20 years. Brad is a veteran of several sketch and improvisational comedy troupes including Estranged Bedfellows (NM), Molotov Cockroach (NYC), The French Club Dropouts and the Mild Dementia Continuous-Play Variety Hour (both of Dallas, TX). He most recently performed with the improv group The Victims and is currently one half of the comedy duo Fun Grip.
A continuing student of the art form, Brad has studied many kinds of improv in workshops with Charna Halpern (ImprovOlympic), Asaf Ronen (YesAnd.com), Andy Eninger (The Second City, Chicago) Nancy Fine (The Groundlings) and Joe Bill (Annoyance/ Bassprov). He remains mostly self-taught, predominantly learning by performing.
Brad is one of a handful of pioneering performers in the sub-arcana of solo improvisation (there are only maybe half a dozen or so consistent practitioners in the United States). He is the creator of the original solo improvisational story format Dribble Funk, a hybrid creation at the crossroads of longform improv, traditional theatre and storytelling. In September of 2013, Brad performed a 6 hour and 20 minute solo longform set using the Dribble Funk format entitled "Dribble Funk 360"
Brad has extensive experience in the theatre (he is the Artistic Director of Audacity Theatre Lab), solo theatre performance and commercial acting as well.