The guru of Services Drafts Denver Little write (v.) - to use my words to invoke stirring emotions both great and terrible. I started writing in high school in Kansas where I wrote a few short scenes for the school's theater department. This ignited a passion for hearing my written words spoken out loud and led to my first full length play, "The Bottom of Everything," which was performed at Baker University in 2008. The production was held over for consideration by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in 2009. It was also restaged for the 2010 Kansas City Fringe Festival. While attending Baker University, I also wrote and produced a play called "Imbalance." After graduating I stumbled onto stand-up comedy in Kansas City and continued to write and perform for the next three years, eventually headlining at Stanford and Sons comedy club and winning Best New Comedian in Kansas City 2011. A move to Nashville reignited a previous passion for improvisational comedy and I joined the Nashville Improv Company. I preformed weekly with the company for three years, twice traveling to Chicago and performing in the Chicago Improv Festival. In 2016, while living in Houston, I wrote a play called "Silly Animals: The Comedy of the Human Drama" and it was performed in early 2017 in Kansas City by Different Choices Productions. I still write and perform as much as I can and I have plans to travel the US writing remotely about my travels.