Your group will participate in one of America ’s hottest and most creative forms of art, Improvisation, which uses the audience’s suggestions to create the action and the dialogue, on the spot, as it’s performed!
Your group will participate in a hilarious, customized improv show! Our comedic hosts will engage the audience in Improv Games, Theater and Musical Comedy in a “Whose Line is it Anyway?”™ style show. Using this format, no two performances are the same, and inevitably the situations created are hilarious! Improvisation is a great way for students and adults alike to learn important life skills that build on self-improvement. Improvisational principles, games, exercises and warm-ups that students will see and learn onsite, will teach them how to support teammates, classmates or party goers, and learn to build trust within others and themselves, show initiative, adapt to new situations, and cultivate self-confidence, The take away from this event beats no other!
This event can follow dinner, or stand on its own in your space or we can secure one for you at a local hotel banquet space or theater. Event itself runs approximately 1 1/2 hours, but plan on one additional hour if your group is having dinner. The number of performers sent to an event will depend on the audience size. This event is perfect for students of all ages as the performers can tweak their material towards audience members.
Our improv shows can be customizable and unique to your school or group. Our performances are interactive, high-energy and fun for the entire student body. Let us know in advance where your group is from, if it’s a band or performing group, you’re celebrating a 16th birthday…we’ll be sure to incorporate all you tell us right into our show!
Add on a Teen Workshop! Does your group want to learn how to do improv themselves? Stay a little longer and we’ll break your group up into smaller groups and they can have the chance to learn the fundamentals of improvisation. Our highly skilled performers will run through a few exercises with them and teach them how to actively listen, focus on what’s happening “now!”, and teach them how to feel confident and perhaps a bit funny on stage!
Add on a DJ/Dance! There’s never a better way to end an event than having an hour of dancing.
“The event was great. Everyone had such a fun time and the food was delicious. Thank you for all that you did.”
Lisa Huber, Newton High School