• Improv Comedy Drop-In Class

    The Center for Spiritual Living

    If you've ever watched "Whose Lin​e Is It Anyway?" that's the type of fun you'll have at this class. Get creative, learn to ​live in the moment, and think on your feet - and have a blast doing it. First-timers and improv newcomers are always welcome and supported. Plus, plenty of new games for more experienced players too. I'm Bob Baker, a veteran actor, improviser, performer, and instructor - as well as a musician, author, and visual artist. This is a drop-in class. No need to register and commit to multiple weeks. Just come when you can. I circle up and start warm-ups at 7:05 PM. The fee is only $10 the night of the class. Don't be intimidated if you're new to improv or performing. I make it easy and comfortable. And you'll get to meet new people in a fun and supportive environment. Most of my students are adults. Teens are welcome too, but no younger children please. PARKING: The library lot is now open. But it's best to park in front of CSL on Willowyck. Otherwise, there's a lot right behind CSL. Just drive past the building and turn left around the circle and into the lot. Walk up the steps and go in the back door. Easy-peasy. Visit http://www.ImprovSTL.com/ for more info on my improv classes and shows.

  • Free Improv Comedy Show in Ballwin

    The Wolf Cafe

    Wanna see some veteran players perform the improv principles I teach? Then attend this Improv Comedy Cabaret Show. Now is the perfect time to laugh your buns off. If you've ever watched "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" you know what to expect: games, scenes and songs, all inspired by audience suggestions, made up on the spot! Come witness the best short-form and musical improv players in St. Louis. The show is usually PG-13. I hesitate to call it "family friendly." No vulgarity, but often many suggestive references. It is improv, so we never know exactly what will be said :) There's no admission fee. However, seating is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis. So get there by 6:00 PM to grab a bite/drink - and to secure your seat! The Wolf has a great menu and beverage selection. Check it out at http://thewolfstl.com/ The Wolf Cafe 15480 Clayton Road Ballwin, MO 63011 For more info on my improv comedy classes and events, visit http://bob-baker.com/buzz/improv-comedy-st-louis/

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  • Improv Comedy Drop-In Class

    The Center for Spiritual Living

    If you've ever watched "Whose Lin​e Is It Anyway?" that's the type of fun you'll have at this class. Get creative, learn to ​live in the moment, and think on your feet - and have a blast doing it. First-timers and improv newcomers are always welcome and supported. Plus, plenty of new games for more experienced players too. I'm Bob Baker, a veteran actor, improviser, performer, and instructor - as well as a musician, author, and visual artist. This is a drop-in class. No need to register and commit to multiple weeks. Just come when you can. I circle up and start warm-ups at 7:05 PM. The fee is only $10 the night of the class. Don't be intimidated if you're new to improv or performing. I make it easy and comfortable. And you'll get to meet new people in a fun and supportive environment. Most of my students are adults. Teens are welcome too, but no younger children please. PARKING: The library lot is now open. But it's best to park in front of CSL on Willowyck. Otherwise, there's a lot right behind CSL. Just drive past the building and turn left around the circle and into the lot. Walk up the steps and go in the back door. Easy-peasy. Visit http://www.ImprovSTL.com/ for more info on my improv classes and shows.

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  • Improv Comedy Drop-In Class

    The Center for Spiritual Living

    If you've ever watched "Whose Lin​e Is It Anyway?" that's the type of fun you'll have at this class. Get creative, learn to ​live in the moment, and think on your feet - and have a blast doing it. First-timers and improv newcomers are always welcome and supported. Plus, plenty of new games for more experienced players too. I'm Bob Baker, a veteran actor, improviser, performer, and instructor - as well as a musician, author, and visual artist. This is a drop-in class. No need to register and commit to multiple weeks. Just come when you can. I circle up and start warm-ups at 7:05 PM. The fee is only $10 the night of the class. Don't be intimidated if you're new to improv or performing. I make it easy and comfortable. And you'll get to meet new people in a fun and supportive environment. Most of my students are adults. Teens are welcome too, but no younger children please. PARKING: The library lot is now open. But it's best to park in front of CSL on Willowyck. Otherwise, there's a lot right behind CSL. Just drive past the building and turn left around the circle and into the lot. Walk up the steps and go in the back door. Easy-peasy. Visit http://www.ImprovSTL.com/ for more info on my improv classes and shows.

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  • Acoustic '80s with Bob Baker & Friends

    Evangeline's Bistro and Music House

    In case you didn't know, I've been playing guitar and singing in bands for decades. I recently launched a new live music show that takes me back to my roots. Acoustic ’80s with Bob Baker & Friends Remember MTV Unplugged? Get a taste of that as you enjoy stripped-down versions of your favorite ‘80s rock, pop, and new wave songs. From INXS, Elvis Costello and Squeeze to the Clash, Prince, Michael Jackson, and more. With surprise guest singers too. No admission fee! Evangeline's has a great menu and beverage selection. Check it out at http://www.evangelinesstl.com/ Would love to see you there! Evangeline's Bistro and Music House 512 N Euclid Ave St. Louis, MO At the corner of Euclid and Washington in the Central West End.

  • Improv Comedy Drop-In Class

    The Center for Spiritual Living

    If you've ever watched "Whose Lin​e Is It Anyway?" that's the type of fun you'll have at this class. Get creative, learn to ​live in the moment, and think on your feet - and have a blast doing it. First-timers and improv newcomers are always welcome and supported. Plus, plenty of new games for more experienced players too. I'm Bob Baker, a veteran actor, improviser, performer, and instructor - as well as a musician, author, and visual artist. This is a drop-in class. No need to register and commit to multiple weeks. Just come when you can. I circle up and start warm-ups at 7:05 PM. The fee is only $10 the night of the class. Don't be intimidated if you're new to improv or performing. I make it easy and comfortable. And you'll get to meet new people in a fun and supportive environment. Most of my students are adults. Teens are welcome too, but no younger children please. PARKING: The library lot is now open. But it's best to park in front of CSL on Willowyck. Otherwise, there's a lot right behind CSL. Just drive past the building and turn left around the circle and into the lot. Walk up the steps and go in the back door. Easy-peasy. Visit http://www.ImprovSTL.com/ for more info on my improv classes and shows.

  • Free Improv Comedy Show in Ballwin

    The Wolf Cafe

    Wanna see some veteran players perform the improv principles I teach? Then attend this Improv Comedy Cabaret Show. Now is the perfect time to laugh your buns off. If you've ever watched "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" you know what to expect: games, scenes and songs, all inspired by audience suggestions, made up on the spot! Come witness the best short-form and musical improv players in St. Louis. The show is usually PG-13. I hesitate to call it "family friendly." No vulgarity, but often many suggestive references. It is improv, so we never know exactly what will be said :) There's no admission fee. However, seating is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis. So get there by 6:00 PM to grab a bite/drink - and to secure your seat! The Wolf has a great menu and beverage selection. Check it out at http://thewolfstl.com/ The Wolf Cafe 15480 Clayton Road Ballwin, MO 63011 For more info on my improv comedy classes and events, visit http://bob-baker.com/buzz/improv-comedy-st-louis/

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  • Improv Comedy Drop-In Class

    The Center for Spiritual Living

    If you've ever watched "Whose Lin​e Is It Anyway?" that's the type of fun you'll have at this class. Get creative, learn to ​live in the moment, and think on your feet - and have a blast doing it. First-timers and improv newcomers are always welcome and supported. Plus, plenty of new games for more experienced players too. I'm Bob Baker, a veteran actor, improviser, performer, and instructor - as well as a musician, author, and visual artist. This is a drop-in class. No need to register and commit to multiple weeks. Just come when you can. I circle up and start warm-ups at 7:05 PM. The fee is only $10 the night of the class. Don't be intimidated if you're new to improv or performing. I make it easy and comfortable. And you'll get to meet new people in a fun and supportive environment. Most of my students are adults. Teens are welcome too, but no younger children please. PARKING: The library lot is now open. But it's best to park in front of CSL on Willowyck. Otherwise, there's a lot right behind CSL. Just drive past the building and turn left around the circle and into the lot. Walk up the steps and go in the back door. Easy-peasy. Visit http://www.ImprovSTL.com/ for more info on my improv classes and shows.

  • Improv Comedy Drop-In Class

    The Center for Spiritual Living

    If you've ever watched "Whose Lin​e Is It Anyway?" that's the type of fun you'll have at this class. Get creative, learn to ​live in the moment, and think on your feet - and have a blast doing it. First-timers and improv newcomers are always welcome and supported. Plus, plenty of new games for more experienced players too. I'm Bob Baker, a veteran actor, improviser, performer, and instructor - as well as a musician, author, and visual artist. This is a drop-in class. No need to register and commit to multiple weeks. Just come when you can. I circle up and start warm-ups at 7:05 PM. The fee is only $10 the night of the class. Don't be intimidated if you're new to improv or performing. I make it easy and comfortable. And you'll get to meet new people in a fun and supportive environment. Most of my students are adults. Teens are welcome too, but no younger children please. PARKING: The library lot is now open. But it's best to park in front of CSL on Willowyck. Otherwise, there's a lot right behind CSL. Just drive past the building and turn left around the circle and into the lot. Walk up the steps and go in the back door. Easy-peasy. Visit http://www.ImprovSTL.com/ for more info on my improv classes and shows.

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  • Acoustic '80s with Bob Baker & Friends

    The Wolf Cafe

    In case you didn't know, I've been playing guitar and singing in bands for decades. I recently launched a new live music show that takes me back to my roots. Acoustic ’80s with Bob Baker & Friends Remember MTV Unplugged? Get a taste of that as you enjoy stripped-down versions of your favorite ‘80s rock, pop, and new wave songs. From INXS, Elvis Costello and Squeeze to the Clash, Prince, Michael Jackson, and more. With surprise guest singers too. No admission fee! The Wolf has a great menu and beverage selection. Check it out at https://thewolfstl.com/ Would love to see you there! The Wolf Cafe 15480 Clayton Road Ballwin, MO 63011 Near the Clayton and Kehrs Mill intersection in Ballwin.