Bobbie Ebert

Bobbie studied American Sign Language Interpreting at Waubonsee Community College. She interprets church worship and utilizes ASL in the classroom setting. Bobbie's profession is as a paraprofessional in Early Childhood Special Education working with a cross-category of Special Needs.

Bobbie volunteers as Well Versed Comedy's house manager and sound technician. Behind the scenes, Bobbie continues to be a source of prayer support and spiritual encouragement for the team since 2013, shortly after the team's founding. More recently, she took on the role of being the troupe's website designer. Bobbie may be seen on occasion getting her feet wet in improv by practicing and learning along with the troupe. Past improv training includes weekly free classes at Westside Improv in Wheaton, IL. She also stars in and films some of Well Versed's video shorts.

 

Other stage performances include junior high and high school dramas and musicals (inducted as thespian), church stage productions and community theater. Bobbie performs and stage manages for 3rd Dimension Performance Group's Murder Mystery Theater. Other Stage managing experiences extend to The R.E.E.C.H. Project's stage production, "My Last Party" bringing suicide awareness and prevention into the communities. Outside of theater, Bobbie danced and competed with Triallta Irish Dance Company formally started as JJC Irish Dance at Joliet Junior College located in Joliet, IL. 

 

Bobbie married Well Versed founder Dave Ebert on June 27, 2015. Bobbie and Dave perform together as MADtrimony debuting on October 18, 2015. MADtrimony functions as a two-person fundraiser team for their personal mission trips domestic and abroad.