Kaitlin Fontana is an award-winning writer, improviser, and sketch comedian who has toured and performed by invitation at festivals and theaters across North America. Past instructors include Charna Halpern, Mark Sutton and Joe Bill (Chicago, Annoyance), Randy Dixon (Seattle, Unexpected Productions), Bob Dassie (Los Angeles, iO West), Jill Bernard (Minneapolis, Huge), Asaf Ronen (Austin, Institution Theater), and Armando Diaz, among others. She is a member of NY indie improv group RAGALTA with Rachel Rosenthal, Luke Ward, Pat Swearingen, and Bill DiPiero, and is one-half of sketch duo CAGEY with Gretchen Poole. Kaitlin also co-wrote and starred in THE PARTY, a critically lauded comedy television and web miniseries about a group of young people trying to start a political party, which aired nationally on CTV (Canada), and she has written a book. She hails from the small, idyllic mountain town of Fernie, BC, Canada, a distinction she shares with Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson.