Jason Berkowitz works in sales for IBM, and spends all day telling stories to his clients. He loves to tell the story of how he was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, but escaped to California as soon as he was able. He loves to tell the story of how he was fired from his first sales job after only 3 months. And, regardless of the topic of conversation, he’ll manage to work in the story of how he completed an Ironman a bunch of years ago – in just under 15 hours. Jason lives in Longmont with three sons, a dog, and a weed-filled yard which he’ll get around to weeding one of these days.
Kit Marcy is a published author, award-winning photographer, award-winning lighting designer, and has a degree in mathematics. He has danced the role of the Rat King for Boulder Ballet’s “Nutcracker,” and is co-creator of Frequent Flyers Productions Nutcracker parody, “The Ratcracker.” Most recently, Kit has narrated “Carnival of the Animals” for Boulder Ballet, become a Truth Be Told: Boulder Storyslam Grand Slam finalist, and has performed his one-man show, “Coloring My Time Sheet” as part of the 2015 Boulder International Fringe Festival. Kit is currently the Assistant Cinema Manager and host of Friday Night Weird at The Dairy Arts Center.