DAVE MAULBECK is an actor, improviser, director, writer, and producer, with a penchant for comedy. He attended the CW post acting conservatory. After graduation Dave helped form the Brooklyn Theater Company, and served for 3 years at Dreamcatcher Repertory Theater company as, playwright/director in residency. His stage production of Expecting Isabel was rated in the top ten productions of 2006 by the Star Ledger. He wrote, directed and stared in the top rated The Tribe on New York’schannel101.com. Dave was a founding member of MMM… Comedy, Crackers-Sketch Comedy, and is currently Co-Owner of Chicken Scoop Productions. David’s greatest gift is his ability to share his inner-world with others, and his greatest reward, is in the sharing. When Dave is not performing, writing, directing, or producing, he can usually be found sleeping or dreaming and sometimes both at once.
Christian has been performing Improv and Stand-Up in New York since 2000. He is proud to be a member of the Magnet Theater’s MegaWatt team Chet Watkins. Christian hopes to one day own a houseboat or something, or maybe drive an NHRA Funnycar.

Chet Siegel is a West Virginia native currently living in Chinatown. She attended Phillips Exeter Academy and recently graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, where there are technically no majors, but if there were, she would have a B.A. in Theater and Literature.
She always knew she wanted to be a comedian. Or a ballerina. She studied sketch and improvisation with Armando Diaz, Rachel Hamilton, James Eason, Bill Arnett, Piero Procaccini, Joe Wengert, Christian Capozzoli, Joe Bill, and Mark Sutton. She trained as an actress at Sarah Lawrence College, The British American Drama Academy, and Primary Stages.
You can see her perform all over New York City in various improv groups, sketch shows, plays, readings, and workshops –  check the Shows! page for more info.
Born and raised in Portland Oregon, Lauren Olson has been studying, writing and performing comedy in New York City since 2005. She performs weekly with her Magnet Theater improv team Dunk, sketch group Good Morning, Ladies! and is a member of the Magnet Theater Touring Company.  Lauren performed “Our Condolences”, the solo show she wrote, in the 2010 NYC International Fringe Festival, has acted in several webseries and performed at the Toronto Combustion Festival, Vancouver International Improv Festival, Hold For The Laughs, and the Del Close Marathon.
Originally from Florida, Taylor White has been studying and performing improv comedy in New York City since 2005. He performs regularly at the Magnet Theater with house improv team Dunk, the sketch group Good Morning, Ladies!, and Magnet Theater Touring Company. Taylor has appeared in a gaggle of improv shows including Crush, Commando, Your Code Name is Jonah, Basketball, Doom & White, and in the mixed-media sketch shows Mizz Miraculous, The Thursday Night Cap, and Megalomania. He has taught and performed improv all over Canada. 
Bout We’re three hearty men and two wonderfully vivacious women. Do we write a lot of sketches that are sexually explicit? Yes, we do. And we’re all cool with that. Do we explore the functions of the human body on a more base or crass level Sure. Absolutely. It may not be the most highly conceived sketch you ever saw in your life, but I tell you this… it’s going to make you feel something. Something deep down in your tingly biscuits.We’re just trying to have a couple laughs together, so lighten up Francis. We’re a fun group, we’ve worked out a fun show, so come see it and stop talking about that broken dishwasher door in the breakroom. It’s enough already with the door. Either fix it or stop mentioning it. Then go see a show. The Good Morning Ladies. I’ll bet it’s sexually explicit and such. I mean what the heck the show is called “Fuck You, I’m Reasonable”. That says a lot about it right there, don’t you think? Also, there’s a sketch called Dick Ballsdickus, about a private DIck. But I bet it’s not totally what you think just sitting there judging it by it’s infantile title. Oh I bet it’s just a tad bit more than you expected. So you come on out and judge the bajizzus out of - The Good Morning Ladies present: Fuck You I’m Reasonable!

Bout

We’re three hearty men and two wonderfully vivacious women. Do we write a lot of sketches that are sexually explicit? Yes, we do. And we’re all cool with that. Do we explore the functions of the human body on a more base or crass level Sure. Absolutely. It may not be the most highly conceived sketch you ever saw in your life, but I tell you this… it’s going to make you feel something. Something deep down in your tingly biscuits.We’re just trying to have a couple laughs together, so lighten up Francis. We’re a fun group, we’ve worked out a fun show, so come see it and stop talking about that broken dishwasher door in the breakroom. It’s enough already with the door. Either fix it or stop mentioning it. Then go see a show. The Good Morning Ladies. I’ll bet it’s sexually explicit and such. I mean what the heck the show is called “Fuck You, I’m Reasonable”. That says a lot about it right there, don’t you think? Also, there’s a sketch called Dick Ballsdickus, about a private DIck. But I bet it’s not totally what you think just sitting there judging it by it’s infantile title. Oh I bet it’s just a tad bit more than you expected. So you come on out and judge the bajizzus out of - The Good Morning Ladies present: Fuck You I’m Reasonable!