Meet the Kittens

Founded in 2003, Barbeque Kitten is an improv and sketch comedy troupe, created and run by Bradley University students. Meet its 10 current members...


Brad Krafft
aka Kastrator Kitten

JUNIOR, ACCOUNTING/ECONOMICS MAJOR

Barbeque Kitten has been an outlet for me in two ways: it’s a great way to temporarily forget about schoolwork, and it satisfies my constant hunger for attention.

Matt Forbota
aka Krastinator Kitten

SOPHOMORE, BIOCHEMISTRY/PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR

 With BBQK, I can expend my creative energy between one science lab and the next.

 

 

Krystal Uhl
aka Kurious Kitten

SENIOR, THEATER PERFORMANCE MAJOR

 Barbeque Kitten has always been my favorite place to play. It’s where
I come to be a kid.

Josiah Williams
aka Komplex Kitten

SOPHOMORE, THEATER PERFORMANCE MAJOR

BBQK allows me to explore all kinds of character options, along with opening up areas of myself!

 

   

Sarah Tilford

aka Klatter Kitten

SENIOR, THEATRE PERFORMANCE MAJOR

I am a loud, sleep-deprived, smoothie-loving actor who's always laughing. I've been in the Barbeque Kitten troupe for four years, and I will continue with improv after.

Kyle Palmer
aka Koffin Kitten

JUNIOR, MECHANICAL ENGINEERING MAJOR

Barbeque Kitten is just a super-great way to have fun with your friends.

 

   
 
Cree Sullivan
aka Khordy Kitten

SOPHOMORE, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MAJOR

Being the musician for Barbeque Kitten has been a fantastic way for me to blend together my interests in music and theater. It also allows me to temporarily forget about the overwhelming amount of engineering homework I have to do.

Liz Scoville
aka Kwirky Kitten

JUNIOR, ENGLISH MAJOR

No matter what’s going on in my life, BBQK reminds me of two things: laughing is a cure-all and goofing off doesn’t just have to be for kids, especially in the right company.

 

 

Kaitlin Pell
aka Kaiserin Kitten

SOPHOMORE, SECONDARY EDUCATION/HISTORY MAJOR

I am the manager and treasurer of BBQK. I don't perform, but I enjoy being a part of the troupe and am glad that the kittens accept me as the unfunny person I am.

Ross Cochran
aka Kranium Kitten
 
JUNIOR, THEATER PERFORMANCE MAJOR

I tried to get into Kitten as a way to help my standup comedy aspirations. But once I stopped being a jerk to them and actually started listening, I met some of my best friends. We get to make people laugh together, and there's nothing better than that. a&s

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