Founder, Executive Producer, and Artistic Director
In 2004 Harrison began performing improv comedy with Clemson University’s group, Mock Turtle Soup. For the next four years, he performed improv in Clemson, along with Atlanta, Nashville, Orlando and Chicago. He has attended the Black Box, Implosion, Charleston, Richmond, Del Close, Spontaneous Combustion, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival and the Twin Cities Improv Festival, training under a variety of instructors from The Annoyance, iO, Comedy Sportz, JaCKPie, SAK, Second City, Magnet, iO West, and Impatient theaters.
In 2008, he moved to North Carolina and performed, coached and taught weekly as a resident instructor and Mister Diplomat cast member at the DSI Comedy Theater and was a festival instructor for the Boston Improv Festival. Harrison had the pleasure of sharing the stage with such amazing improvisers as Zach Ward, Paula Pazderka, Eric Hunicutt, Joe Bill, Jill Bernard, Benjamin Rameaka, Megan Gray, Jane Borden, Rene Duquesnoy, Greg Tavares, Brandy Sullivan, Jet Eveleth, and 30 Rock’s Scott Adsit. In August of 2011 Harrison moved back to his hometown of Greenville with his wife to create and run the Alchemy Comedy Theater and continue teaching high school social studies.