With the interest in our Cards Against Humanities event on February 23rd, why not make it a completely politically incorrect weekend!? One of our members, Lisa, alerted me to this event, which is part of The 12th Annual Seattle Festival of Improv Theater, and she volunteered to host. The comedy improv troupe she recommends is Chicago-based Pimprov and they're performing at 8 p.m at the SFIT Second Stage.
Improv comedy is ad-libbed, on the spot comedy based on audience suggestions. The group, Pimprov, revolves around four pimps who took improv comedy classes by accident. The group's lack of political correctness and outrageous costumes are only part of the reason they're growing in popularity. The other reason? They're really funny. This show will feature adult language and themes.
The show will also feature two other improv troupes; The Adventures of Gilbert and Sullivan and Big Bang. Be sure that when you purchase your ticket from this link, you chose the second button for 8 p.m. on Saturday, February 22nd.
I'm not sure if I can attend, so Lisa's going to take the reigns. I hope to attend but I know you're in good hands with Lisa. Interested folks can grab cocktails somewhere close to the theater after the show. Adding to that, I'm meeting Marz and some of the pimprov gang beforehand for a drink. Email me if you're interested in joining us!
Can't attend this event but love improv? Check out the rest of the five-day festival for other improv troupes and events and get your laugh on.