Members

Luke and Charlie Group Shot Face off Group Shot Zach and Akshay
  • Drew Zwetchkenbaum '16, AKA Little Baby Bad Boy, has the finest back hair on this side of the Mississippi. His fans include Meggie ''shitzu'' Zwetchkenbaum, Max Samuels, and foxy ladies 'round the globe. Playwright extraordinaire, dapper, debonair, and covered with hair, Drewbie has not a care.
  • Andrew Kingsley '16 is a sinful, cynical cinephile who enjoys long walks on the beach with Satan. His strengths include character work, crossword building, and devouring Boloco milkshakes. His best piece of advice to offer: run.
  • Mary Liza Hartong '16, pride of Nashville, once stopped a mugging with her own papier-mâché birdhouse. She may or may not have been a professor this whole time and has an allergy to after 11pm. Mary Liza can run far. What are you running from? Stop. We miss you. Love, Casual Thursday.
  • Patrick Lewis '16 is mostly known for being a liar because his real first name is John. Always on the hunt for more nice sweaters, he regularly bikes across the country. His Bill Cosby impression has become increasingly distasteful. He has the highest nipples south of the Mississippi. And north. And east. And west for the matter.
  • Kate ''Hurricane'' Hamilton '16 is... we'll let you know when we find her... she had to go for a walk.
  • Ben Packer '17 wonders, ''how many plates?'' There are many fascinating ideas in Ben's mind, most of which we do not understand. His only fear is ''big scary gaps'', but probably also ''other stuff''. He is very good at explaining things and doing somersaults. Of all the Junesberries in the group, his are the most viewed.
  • Was Connor Lehan '18 brought to humanity by a wild pack of wolves? Has humanity been trying to return him ever since? Probably. While he appears to be a precious baby lamb, anyone who knows him well will attest to the deep seated demons he makes no attempt to contain. Some people exorcize their demons. Connor's demons exorcise him. He's also a great president.
  • At age three, Lily Eisner '18 devoured a chain smoker and that poor woman has been trying to cry her way out ever since. Her joyful laugh and exuberant greetings endear her to every person who isn't scared of physical touch. Baby girl got it going on. Did we mention she's from Near Philadelphia?
  • Kendall ''Marshmallow Momma'' Ernst '18 is somehow still alive after subsisting on a diet exclusively made up of cheese-rice and high fructose corn syrup. Her hobbies include sleeping, napping, and slumbering. Every Junesday you can find Kendall at the Junesberry patch, picking Junesberries for her weekly Junesberry pie. The Barefoot Contessa gives it two Junesberries up! She is also smart at computers.
  • Harrison Perkins '18 is the best dressed in Casual Thursday. His other superlatives include: most functional member of the group, best jumper, most prone to injury, best facial hair, and most likely to inform us that he is ''an officer at the house''. He is also not allowed to be in a scene with Kate.
  • Libby Goldman '18 rocks crop tops and clogs like they went out of style decades ago. Her gibberish includes ''ski-da-ba-beep-bop-ba'' and we have no doubt that in a few years she will change the world by means of riding an alpaca across Ecuador. A world traveler, Libby will be the first to tell you, ''you have no idea how different Cuba is.'' Go Cubs!
  • Zach Schnell '18, our resident baseball expert, is often heard demanding others to tell him he's pretty. He has multiple nicknames such as Little Thumb Boy, Schnelleanor Roosevelt, Hey Kid, and Get Out Of My Trashcan You Raccoon. He is a good listener and his presence warms Jordan's heart. Fuh guh.
  • Jaclyn Verzuh '19 is Kate Hamilton's keeper. For this, we are forever indebted to her. Not only is she the best frisbee player on the other side of the Mississippi, she is also the tallest in the entire group. Jaclyn would never hurt fly, unless it got in her way, in which case, plan a funeral.
  • Jordan Swett '19, fondly known as J Sweezy, will charm the equipmunk right off you. Ow ow! Beloved as one of Dartmouth's preppiest gents, Jordan prefers boxers. He hates briefs. Don't ask him about briefs. Except for news briefs. He loves those.

Casual Thursday Alumni

  • Zach Weed '13 – Zach Weed is "legally" dead. When not dead, Zach is getting his MFA in Playwriting at The New School in New York City. A member of Grown-Up improv group, Stranger Than Fiction, Zach plans to continue his improv pursuits on the East Coast.
  • Bryson Lochte '13 – Bryson is technically a group hallucination that we all should be coming down from any time now.
  • Megan Killigrew '13 – Megan is a hot teacher.
  • Luke Peters '13 – Luke Peters finally has a girlfriend.
  • Sam Upton '13 – Sam is doing his best to be a grown up and we all know how that's going to turn out.
  • Blaine Johnson '13 – Blaine lives in China, and we can kind of say anything we want about her here because of the firewall. "Blaine has an annoying speaking voice" there we said it.
  • Matt Garton '12 – Matt lives and works in Chicago where he shuffles decimals by day and protects the well lit parts of the city from crime by night.
  • Akshay Kirtikar '12 – Akshay lives and works in Boston, where he produces house tracks under the moniker "Mashton Kutcher".
  • Justin Lashley '12 – Justin sells sweet rolls like a real grown up.
  • Dennis Zevelof '12 – Dennis lives and works in Texas where he teaches kids how to not mispell his last name.
  • Sam McIntire '11 – Sam lives and works in Boston, where he, like many other Boston residents, spends most of his time avoiding Zach Weed '13.
  • Genevieve Adams '11 – Gen lives in New York City where she's been busy taking classes at UCB and writing plays.
  • Shaun Stewart '10 – Shawn does what he do, and he doos it well.
  • Adrian Garcia '10 – Adrian has found a way to sustain his lifestyle on sweepstakes winnings.
  • Tabetha Xavier '10 – Tabetha is busy writing and producing screenplays and regular plays.
  • Joe Wood '09 – Joe currently lives and works in Richmond, VA area as a legal assistant. He is not now, nor has he ever been known to be, funny
  • Lauren Caracciola '09 – Lauren lives in Brooklyn, New York, where she is somehow allowed to work for Teach for America.
  • Arik "Hans" Clausner '09
  • Mike Trapp '08 – Mike Trapp is currently living in New York, where he works for College Humor and writes for the sketch team "Stone Cold Fox" at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. He also teaches sketch writing at the UCB
  • Chris Barth '08 – Chris currently lives in New York City and writes articles like this one for Rolling Stone.
  • Alex Rogers '08 – A Television Producer for Picture Shack entertainment, Alex is also a contributing writer at The Onion.
  • Owen Parsons '08 – When not performing with the sketch comedy team Gorilla Gorilla at the Upright Citizens Brigade or writing for CollegeHumor, Owen can be found in a corner of his office drowning his many sorrows in Crunch 'n Munch. It's a dog-eat-dog world out there.
  • Alex Tarzy '08 – Like many other Casual Thursday alums, Alex currently lives in New York City. He works as a consultant for Oliver Wyman, which is quite possibly the least funny thing ever.
  • Justine Sterling '07 – Justine currently lives in New York and works for Food & Wine Magazine.
  • Allan Reynolds '07
  • Brent Butler '07 – The 2008 winner of Project Runway, Brent won Project Runway in 2008. Really, though. Brent won Project Runway in 2008.
  • Rebeckah Groves '06
  • Don Daniels '06 – Three years ago we asked Don what he was doing these days, but all we got back was a message that said "I am in Papua New Guinea, and will have only intermittent access to internet. Sorry! Please be patient." We're still being patient to this day.
  • Cole Entress '06 – Since his painful divorce from improv comedy (in which he lost the house and more or less all the things you like about custody of the kids), Cole has filled the hole in his soul by subjecting his students to questions like this: Draw a person you admire fighting or riding a rhino. Describe why you chose that particular person, and then explain why you chose to depict them fighting (or riding) the rhino instead of riding (or fighting) it. These questions are not so easy to grade as you might imagine.
  • Dan Ames '06
  • Terri-Anne Segovia '05
  • Noah Kaufman '05
  • Kelly Morr '05 – Kelly lives in Los Angeles, where she writes books and movies. She also purports to have a job in which she "edumucates some childers," but this claim has yet to be validated.
  • Kevin Pedersen '05 – Kevin lives in Los Angeles, where he performs sketch comedy and improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade. He was the creator and head writer behind the 2009 MTV animated sketch show Popzilla.
  • Will Raynolds '04
  • Chris Plehal '04 – Chris currently lives in New Caledonia, which despite sounding like something from Star Wars is actually just a really small town in Arkansas. He wrote the animated Christmas special "Yes, Virginia," which aired on CBS last year.
  • Jonathan Smolian '04
  • Kjell Ericson '03
  • JP Connolly (nobody is really sure what year he is)