Bryce Halliday is a musician and audio producer for all things comedy related.

Now based in Chicago, Bryce recently moved from Sydney Australia where for almost a decade he was the go-to improv music director for Theatresports shows. He has performed and taught musical improv everywhere from New Zealand to Dubai and can now regularly be seen playing shows at The Annoyance and iO theatres.

“Not only does he have a knack for melody and harmony, but his compositions are eclectic and driven by passionate ideas” - Ben Neutze, Daily Review

Since completing his Bachelor of Music at the Australian Institute of Music in 2012 Bryce has also been in demand as a composer. His music can be heard in the indie Aussie video games Particulars and Birdsketball and he wrote the score for the hit true crime podcast series Snowball (ABC's most downloaded podcast of 2019). In 2016 Bryce was nominated for a Sydney Theatre Award for his sound design in Sport For Jove’s production of Antigone.

"Halliday is charismatic and open with the audience, creating a captivating atmosphere for the show. His songs embrace a diverse range of sounds, from heartfelt ballads to comic, up-tempo piano numbers. He even incorporates a soundboard, which adds an extra sonic layer to his compositions."- Aussie Theatre

Before moving to the USA, Bryce worked at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation where he produced several hit comedy podcasts. He was behind the stand up comedy series Alice Fraser Trilogy which topped Apple Podcasts’ list of “Best Australian Podcasts of 2018”. He was also the lead producer of the comedy documentary Finding Drago, which became a cult hit that spawned a second season and a spin off web series. The second season Finding Desperado won the Silver Award for “Best Entertainment Podcast” at the 2021 Australian Podcast Awards.

"Finding Drago makes most investigative podcasts done by actual journalists sound amateur in comparison."-