New York improviser: Jordan Hirsch

Jordan Hirsch

Jordan has been studying, teaching, and performing improv since 2005. He was a founding member of Washington, DC's critically acclaimed iMusical and is one half of Vox Pop, a two-person musical improv show. Jordan also performs non-musical improv as a member of the two-person group Wando, and was a founding member of Washington Improv Theater’s JINX. Jordan also performs regularly as part of the Magnet Theater's Musical Megawatt program.

He has performed in the Chicago Improv Festival, the Del Close Improv Marathon, and many other improv festivals across the US. Jordan has studied with teachers from New York's Magnet Theater and Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, Chicago’s iO and Annoyance Theaters, and Washington Improv Theater, among others.

When he's not performing, Jordan can most often be found writing songs, building web sites for non-profit organizations that are doing good things in the world, and drinking overpriced single malt scotch. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife Amanda, their daughter Alison, and their dog Cosmo.