Ed Reggi

Ed Reggi originally hails from New York City but somehow ended up at Chicago's Second City--the

birthplace of American Improvisational Theater. He apprenticed with its founder Paul Sills, the son of Viola Spolin. In 2005, Ed shifted his attention away from scripted theater and began performing exclusively in devised corporate productions around the globe. His clients include AARP, Special Olympics, SONY, Google, FedEx, Southwest Airlines, and MasterCard. When not performing Reggi remains adjunct faculty at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA) and Southern Illinois University both near St.Louis, Missouri. Ed holds a BFA in Studio Design and Performance. And he's currently a proud MFA Graduate Student at Mississippi University for Women.

 

Ed Reggi is considered a scholar on Viola Spolin's Theater Games and featured on the Oprah Winfrey, PBS, and MTV Networks.