Hunter Gardner is a writer and performer in Brooklyn. He has studied improv and sketch with The Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) and The Brooklyn Comedy Collective under Annie Donley and Philip Markle. His humor articles have been published on McSweeney’s, Points In Case, and Robot Butt.
Gardner first chopped his chops in Charleston, SC as a company member at Theatre 99 while also self-producing several indie sketch, improv, and stand-up shows. His one-man show Drinking With Jesus was co-written and directed by Henry Riggs (Nameless Numberhead), and toured along the east coast.
His one-act play Pillow Talk received a workshop production at Francis Marion University in November 2017.
His young adult novel, SCHOOL. was published by Bitingduck Press in 2014.
Gardner's festival credits include: PIT - Chapel Hill Storyfest (2018), The Providence Fringe Festival (2017), The North Charleston Arts Festival (2017), The Charleston Comedy Festival (2017), The Charleston Arts Festival (2016), New South Comedy Festival (2015), and The North Carolina Comedy & Arts Festival (2014).
He also reviews Brooklyn’s best bathrooms over at The Rubber Duckie Awards.
If you met him, you would probably like him because he's nice.
Download a resume here.