Actor Marc Evan Jackson runs the gamut from TV to films to podcasts, but when he’s not entertaining, he’s helping to teach. As President of the Detroit Creativity Project, Marc does his part to help underprivileged youths get a leg up in life with free improvisational theater training.
At New York Comic-Con, I had the pleasure of talking with Marc and got to learn a great deal more about the DCP than one can glean from the website. In addition, Marc took a few moments to share his love of working on The Thrilling Adventure Hour, and even prompted an unexpected musical performace out of me.
Click below to hear MEJ talk DCP and TAH!
To get involved and help out the young folks of Detroit, visit detroitcreativityproject.org where you can donate and learn even more about the program. Plus, as Marc mentioned, Saturday November 1st is the Detroit Party, hosted by Keegan-Michael Key to benefit the DCP. If you are in the Los Angeles area this weekend and are inclined to attend, click here for more information.