THIS WEEK: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2011
8pm: Laughing Stocks / Magician William Rader / Fortune’s Fools
10pm: Improv All-Stars / Remote Control / Everybody and Their Dog
OKC Improv, Oklahoma's premiere showcase for improv comedy and theater, continues its Fall Run at Ghostlight Theatre Club (3110 N Walker) with two awesome shows this Saturday, September 10, 2011 at 8pm and 10pm. Tickets are $10 each. $5 for improvisers and improv students. Admission is FREE if you're celebrating your birthday with us! Reservations are strongly encouraged and can be made via E-Mail at email@example.com or by phone at 405.343.1570. For more information go to http://www.okcimprov.com.
Made up of current and former OKC Improv students, The Laughing Stocks kick off the 8pm show with a short form improv set! Next up, Magician and Mentalist William Rader will wow the audience with his incredible feats of mind reading! Fortune's Fools closes out the 8pm show by creating a totally improvised one act play in the style of William Shakespeare.
The 10pm show starts off with the short form antics of the OKC Improv All Stars, a super troupe with a rotating cast of some of the state's best improvisers followed by the world premiere of Edmond-based Reality/Talk TV-inspired sketch comedy group Remote Control. The 10pm show will close out with the rambunctious antics of the metro's longest running troupe Everybody and Their Dog.
OKC Improv continues its 6-week session of weekly improv classes for adults this Saturday, September 17, 2011, at Ghostlight Theatre Club (3110 N Walker, OKC). The Level 1 class takes place at 12pm followed by Level 2 at 2pm and Level 3 at 4pm. Drop-ins are always welcome in the Level 1 class. The first class attended is free. $10 for each additional class. To enroll call (405) 343-1570 or E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
OKC Improv is non-profit community arts organization devoted to building a thriving improv scene in Oklahoma by providing regular performance opportunities for area improvisers and by working to raise awareness and understanding of improv as an art form among audiences and practitioners through publicity, outreach, and education including ongoing classes and workshops.
You can now directly support the continued growth of this artistic community with tax deductible contributions thanks to our new partnership with Communities Foundation of Oklahoma. Instructions for donating online or via check can be found on our website at http://www.okcimprov.com/p/donate.html or just click on the "Donate" button on the right hand side of any page on our website.
Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011
8pm: Kind of a Big Deal / The MiDolls / The Band Wreckers
10pm: Take One Productions / Fortune’s Fools / Glorious!
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011
8pm: Student Show / It’s Momma / The Ones Your Mother Warned You About
10pm: Student Show / Red Letters / Twinprov