Episode 47

Episode 47: You Have to Get On The Train to London Right Away (Feat. Allison Jones)

We're joined in this episode by actor, improviser, and genuinely glowing human, Allison Jones. We relive the theme from the Halloween movies and shell some fish. Foster reminds us what people sounded like in the year 2000 and comes after actors. David's gut is hungry and he teaches us the law on having puppies. Allison wonders about train missions and won't apologize for farting in elevators. Enjoy. #RightRightRight


Allison Jones is a KC native actor, improviser and wildlife-education-presentation…wizard. When she’s not learning something new at The Zoo she’s laughing her buns off on the playground that is the stage. During times like these Jones wants you to remember to go out in the sun, eat whatever you want while your young gastrointestinal system allows it and laugh with @upeopleimprov.

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Audio Obscura
Improvisers David Martinez and Michael Foster challenge each other and special guests each week to an audio mystery: solve the source and subject from a series of audio clues over the course of the episode. Play with friends or on your own!

About your hosts

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David Martinez

David is a conservation biologist and science communicator. He's worked as an actor, improviser, biologist, and educator. He is also a former member of the KC Improv Company, and has performed improv around Kansas City and elsewhere.
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Michael Foster

Michael Foster is a voice actor, improviser, and podcaster from Kansas City, Missouri. He co-produces the Audio Obscura podcast as well as records voice over projects from his home studio. When the world isn't a terrible disaster movie, you can find him performing regularly with the KC Improv Company.