Executive Director: Millie DeBenedet
Artistic Director: Allison Page
Production Manager: Mark Weddle
Administrative Assistant: Anani Marie Morgan
Josh Orum – President
Paul Charney – Vice President
Angeles Gottheil – Secretary
Joe DiGiacomo – Treasurer
Millie DeBenedet received her BFA in Acting from DePaul University’s Theatre School in Chicago, Illinois where she had the honor to perform with Chicago Playworks Theatre for Young Audiences. She has been performing and teaching with Killing My Lobster for the past 3 years. Her favorite KML performances have been KML Takes It To The Streets, KML Chops Down the Family Tree, and KML Conquers the Galaxy. Millie can also be spotted in few of KML’s digital shorts; Teenage Obsession and Why is Everybody Here? She is currently developing a sketch comedy writing workshop for kids (ages 8-11) as a collaborative project between 826 Valencia & Killing My Lobster. Millie is also a film and voice-over actress here in the Bay Area, her recent work includes Stride Gum, Google, Yahoo, Atlassian, Microsoft, Leapfrog, and Lowe’s. Other performance credits include Genittti’s Hole-In-The-Wall, Second City Detroit, and BATS Improv. Millie aslo runs casting sessions for commercials, TV and film productions at Nancy Hayes Casting in San Francisco.
Allison Page is a writer/actor/comedian with nice hair, not necessarily in that order. She first hooked up with the lobsters acting in 2010′s KML Preaches to the Choir and has been performing, writing, directing, and teaching at KML ever since. She focused on improv and stand up at the San Francisco Comedy College and endured workshops with Alan Arkin, and the Neo Futurists. Her writing has been featured in Women of Letters, Write Club SF, Shipwreck, The SF Olympians Festival, SF Theater Pub and other stuff. She is a staff blogger for the San Francisco Theater Pub where her column Everything Is Already Something is published every other Wednesday. Her full length play HILARITY will debut as part of DIVAfest in March, 2015. You can also find her scattered across YouTube, especially in the web series Everybody’s A Comedian.