Ali Froggatt is an improvisor, actor, writer and impro instructor (freshly) based in Vancouver, Canada.
Ali began improvising at Loose Moose Theatre when she was 16 years old. Since then she has fallen head over heels in love with improvisation. She has performed and taught on numerous stages across Canada as well as in Norway, Holland, and the United Arab Emirates. She works frequently with Spontaneous Theatre, select credits include: Undercover (Tarragon Theater), & An Undiscovered Shakespeare (2016 Stratford Festival). Ali started up the youth training program at Loose Moose Theater in 2015 and relaunched the teen training program the same year. Ali is a proud Alumni of Loose Moose Theater Company where she performs as a senior ensemble member when she’s in Calgary. Ali is excited to continue traveling around the world connecting with the international improv community as the Artistic Director of the Canmore International Improv Festival, which successfully launched August 2017 selling out all 6 shows and 5 workshops.
Ali Froggatt is a proud graduate of Randolph Academy of Performing Arts where she studied acting, dancing and singing. Upon graduation Ali started her own theatre company Sour Dog Productions where she produces a variety of scripted and improvised shows, most of which she performs in. Sour Dog Productions will be producing their first short film Rabbit Hole, written by Ali Froggatt, shooting in November 2017.
Ali Froggatt is keen to wear many hats in the entertainment industry. Apart from acting she has worked as a lighting and sound technician, producer, director, and recently studied Film and Video production at SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary.