Adria Le Boeuf
With a PhD in neuroscience and biophysics from The Rockefeller University, Adria is now using ant colonies to study emergent decision-making in social networks at the University of Lausanne. Adria is passionate about spreading the beauty of science and improving critical thinking worldwide in any way possible.
Alex has a PhD in Neuroscience and now fights daily battles with genomics. He is a lively and energetic fellow, whose inclination towards the nonsensical tends not to get in his way too much.
Charles enjoys answering biological problems using equations and computers. After a phd looking at how and why male and female are different, he now studies how evolution can lead to people being nicer to each other. With theater, he has finally found a good excuse to make a fool out of himself.
Dane is doing his PhD in computational neuroscience, a field where scientists try to understand how the brain performs complex tasks like updating a Facebook status. In his spare time, he works on a scientific talk search engine (pondertalks.com) and writes short bios about himself.
Starry eyed student turned evolutionary geneticist turned bioinformatician turned catalyser. As a scientist Daisy spent her days watching algae have sex (why on earth do they do that?) and wondering what defines us. Now she wonders how to define characters and mimed objects herself.
After Patrick defended his PhD in chemistry, obtained from the University of Basel, he told everyone that he will do a fancy postdoc in the US and learn all there is about surface functionalization. Luckily, he knew already most of it, so he had time the learn some things about improv comedy, mostly at Pan theater in Oakland.
Robbie l’Anson Price
Dancing bees bitches, dancing bees! Robbie can be rented out for evenings and weekends – for what? For fun.
Yuliy completed his PhD in Computer Science at EPFL and is now founding a company called Rayform right here in Lausanne. He likes improv and podcasts, also some science.
Elsa Guillot | Booking
“Thou shalt not pass!” – unlest thou bookest thine seats with Elsa.
Roberto Fraile | Sound
If it sounds great, it was Roberto. If it doesn’t, it wasn’t Roberto.
Roel Bevers | Tech Management
Perched on a lonely lookout, our engineer of photonic emission illuminates us all.
When not obnoxiously taking selfies in the mountains, or duly navigating the scientific publishing seas, Elliott can be found practising his wit, cuts and “yes, and”s in preparation for the next show.
Although his Masters in Microbiology and his theatre degree may seem mutually exclusive, Mark hopes to be able to use the two in order to communicate science to a wide audience. He has a passion for finding those ‘real’ moments in a performance that cannot be scripted.