Tim Eberle is a New York based writer and comedian, like everybody else who lives in Brooklyn. His writing and performances have appeared in McSweeney's, Splitsider, DNAinfo, the Santa Fe Literary Review, Jewish Life Television, Jewlicious.com, Heeb Magazine, and the Madcap Review, among others. Most recently, he was seen performing at the Peoples Improv Theater in "I Am Not A Man: A One Sort-of-Man Show" (a sad show which he wrote alone), and in the sketch review "Sad Men And The People Who Love Them" at Theater 99 in Charleston, South Carolina. He is a graduate of the improvisation training programs at the Upright Citizens Brigade and the Magnet Theaters, and has performed improv and sketch comedy around the United States and Canada. He is a founding member of comedy troupe Lead McEnroe, who enjoyed a run of over two years at the Magnet Theater, performing Friday nights as part of the theater’s featured weekend line-up, and who perform monthly at the Peoples Improv Theater. He worked as the head writer for Company 29, the sketch company in residence at the Magnet Theater, and is the author of several full-length sketch shows, including “No Breaks,” “Standing Reason,” and “Sad Men and the People Who Love Them.” He has worked as an adjunct professor of theater at Fairfield University where he directed several long-form improv and sketch comedy shows, and has taught workshops at Fairfield and Marymount Manhattan College. He recently finished a three year-performance run with Megawatt team “Brick” at the Magnet, and likes making funny video shorts, like everybody else who lives in Brooklyn.