Flying Pig Improv
Give them a gift that will scare the sh!t out of them.
Student Showcase: Sun Nov 19 at 5-6 p.m.
All-City Improv Jam: Sun Dec 3 at 5-7 p.m.
Family Improv: Sun Dec 10 at 5-6:30 p.m.
It’s time to get in here! There’s something for everyone.
The Student Showcase features folks who have recently taken classes and are excited to take the stage with Short and Long Form improv. You’ll even get to see some behind-the-scenes coaching. So come cheer them on!
Sunday, Nov 19 at 5-6 p.m. / Tickets are $5 at the door
The All-City Improv Jam is for improvisers only. (We don’t need an audience for this one. Heh!) Everyone who comes will be part of the fun and games. We suggest that you have some improv experience as this will be a fast and funny evening of chops.
Sunday, Dec 3 at 5-7 p.m. / Tickets are $10 at the door
Family Improv is in high demand! Get in here with your 8-17 year olds and play the funnest games in town. (Yes, all kids must be accompanied by a participating adult; this is not a drop-off class. And yes, we know “funnest” is not a word.)
You gotta’ register for this one so click the button below.
Sunday, Dec 10 at 5-6:30 p.m. / Tickets are $10 per player (big or small) at the door
In PINK Short Form, we learn to play without so many words. In some improv games we secretly signal to our partners what they need to say to keep us out of trouble. In other games we use gibberish to heighten the players’ struggle (which also heightens the fun for the audience). The Short Form games we learn in PINK include Foreign Film, Location/Object/Weapon (LOW), Excuses, and many others.
GREEN Short Form focuses on space and object work. We don’t have props and costumes; no scenery or recorded soundscape. To lure our audience into our stories, we rely on the way we handle imaginary objects and the environment. The Short Form games we learn in GREEN include Freeze Tag, Lines from a Box, One-minute Fairy Tale among many others.