Ali Froggatt is an improvisor, actor, writer and director based in Vancouver, Canada.
Ali is a proud alumni of Loose Moose Theatre, founded by Keith Johnstone. Ali has spent the last 10 years performing & studying with impro gurus Keith Johnstone, Dennis Cahill, Rebecca Northan, Andrew Phung, and Shawn Kinley. She has performed and taught impro on numerous stages across Canada as well as in Norway, Germany, Czech Republic, Holland, and the United Arab Emirates.
Restless and hungry to create her own work, Ali started Sour Dog Productions, a company that produces a variety of improvised and scripted shows including their staple show Missed Connections, a fully improvised comedy inspired by REAL craigslist missed connections (Co-created by Froggatt, Andrew Phung and Quinn Contini).
Ali works frequently with Rebecca Northan’s Spontaneous Theatre, select credits include: Undercover (Tarragon Theater), An Undiscovered Shakespeare (2016 Stratford Festival), and is thrilled to be joining the cast of Blind Date and begin her training in the iconic role of Mimi at ArtsClub Vancouver in November 2018.
Ali has also performed in numerous international improv festivals, including Den Andre Teaterfestivalen, Improvaganza, Vancouver International Improv Festival, and is the founder and Artistic Director of the Canmore International Improv Festival.
Ali Froggatt is a proud graduate of Randolph College of Performing Arts where she studied acting, dancing and singing.
Ali Froggatt is keen to wear many hats in the entertainment industry. Apart from performing she has worked as a lighting and sound technician, producer, director, and studied Film and Video production at SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary.