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  • October 17, 2015 7:30 pmComedy Sportz Philadelphia
  • October 17, 2015 8:00 pmCrazy Cow Comedy
  • October 17, 2015 9:30 pmThe Comedy Works
  • October 17, 2015 10:00 pmComedy Sportz Philadelphia
  • October 17, 2015 10:30 pmImprov Comedy: PHIT House Teams
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Special Deal for Live Nude Improv at PHIF8

Hey WitOut readers! The producers of the 8th Annual Philadelphia Improv Festival have a special deal for you. Just enter WITOUT in the promotional code box when ordering tickets online and receive 50% off the price of admission to see Live Nude Improv this Saturday at 10:00pm.

Live Nude Improv: Using games, scenes and radical storytelling techniques, eight of Austin’s most accomplished improvisers will create a never-before-seen and never-to-be-seen-again play. Expect playfulness, vulnerability, inspiration and the infinite possibility of improvisation. And because this is modern American drama at its most thrilling and unpredictable, expect to see a little more skin than you might at a run-of-the-mill improv show.

We’re blowing the doors off improvised theater and blurring the distinction between comedy and art, between audience and performer, between wearing clothes and not wearing clothes.

Full Schedule for The 8th Annual Philadelphia Improv Festival

Below you can find the full schedule for this year’s Philadelphia Improv Festival. All shows take place on the second floor of The Prince Music Theater (1412 Chestnut St. Philadelphia). Tickets for the event are $10 for a single block of shows, $15 for a full night (Wednesday, Thursday), $20 for a full night (Friday, Saturday, Sunday), or $60 for a full festival pass and can be purchased online.


Rintersplit – Philadelphia
Nielsen – Philadelphia
Hot Dish – Philadelphia

Gross Butler – Philadelphia
Chaperone – Philadelphia
Beauty School Dropouts – Toronto
Davenger – Philadelphia


N Crowd – Philadelphia
Firth&Arjet – Austin
Soiree – Philadelphia

Iron Lung – Philadelphia
Photobomb – Baltimore
King Friday – Philadelphia
Briami Sound Machine – Chicago


Mister Licorice – Baltimore
Popular Science – Los Angeles
ZaoGao – Philadelphia

Adrift – Various Cities
Wisdom Teeth – Philadelphia / Los Angeles
‘Til Death Do Us Part – Philadelphia

The Imposters – New York City
BWP – Philadelphia
Rich Uncle – Boston
Grimacchio – Philadelphia


Birthday Milk – Boston
Lekker – Baltimore
Junior Varsity – New York City

Hey Rube – Philadelphia
ImprovBoston – Boston
BillyHawk – Los Angeles

Live Nude Improv – Austin – AGES 18 & OVER W/ ID

PHIF All-Stars – Various Cities
Rare Bird Show – Philadelphia / Los Angeles
Vox Pop – Brooklyn / DC


Population: Six – Baltimore
Double Date – New York City
Suggestical – Philadelphia

Mayor Karen – Philadelphia
Scoresby – New York City
Amie & Kristen Show / Kristen & Amie Show – Philadelphia
ShawnMikael(s) – DC

Volunteer for The Philadelphia Improv Festival

The 8th Annual Philadelphia Improv Festival is looking for volunteers to help with their week-long event. For each shift worked, volunteers can see a show for free (and depending on the shift they work, they may be able to watch while working as well depending on the position they are working).

Full info about positions and shifts available are listed below:

BOX OFFICE – sells tickets in the lobby, manages will-call list
REGISTRATION – checks in groups, distributes
CROWD RUNNER – controls the flow up to theater, checks badges & tickets, maintains noise levels
STAGE MANAGER – groups report to this person for call, gives groups time reminders, escorts maintains noise levels
USHER – Seats patrons at tables, controls seating flow
TECH ASSISTANT– Sits next to the tech runner, runs slideshows, plays music and calls blackouts

SECURITY – Monitors audience for camera use during Live Nude Improv (Sat at 10PM)

Wed, November 7 & Thu, November 8 (Shows at 7:30PM & 9:00PM)

BOX OFFICE: 6:45PM – 10:00PM
CROWD RUNNER: 6:45PM – 10:00PM

Friday, November 9 (Shows at 7:00PM8:30PM & 10:00PM)

BOX OFFICE: 6:15PM – 11:00PM
CROWD RUNNER: 6:15PM – 11:00PM

Saturday, November 10 (Shows at 7:00PM8:30PM10:00PM & 11:00PM)

BOX OFFICE: 6:15PM – 11:30PM
CROWD RUNNER: 6:15PM – 11:30PM

Sunday, November 11 (Shows at 7:00PM & 8:30PM)

BOX OFFICE: 6:15PM – 9:30PM

If anyone is interested in volunteering for a full or partial shift, please contact Aubrie Williams at

Philly Comedy Round-up, Vol. 59

The lineup for the 8th Annual Philadelphia Improv Festival has been announced, and is available online. This year’s festival runs from November 7-11 and will be held at the Prince Music Theater (1412 Chestnut St.)

Bird Text is filming two commercials in the area in the upcoming weeks and are looking for extras to be part of the shoots. Interested actors can send a message, along with a resume and headshots to their Facebook page or to

This Wednesday, Philly Improv Theater House Team Asteroid! begins its month-long run of the B-Movie show, an improvised tribute to the low budget sci-fi/horror films from the Golden Age of Hollywood. You can purchase tickets online.

Also on Wednesday is The Pornologues, a show dedicated to the hilarious discussion of pornography by some of the funniest comedians in Philadelphia. The show will be held at L’etage (624 S. 6th St. Philadelphia) and is a fundraiser for this year’s Philly Sketchfest, which will be held November 12-17 at the Independence Theater as part of Comedy MonthYou can purchase tickets online.

This Friday, Pat House is hosting another Comedy Night at Maggie O’Neil’s (1062 Pontiac Road, Drexel Hill) as a benefit for breast cancer. The show will feature House, Pat Barker, Aaron Hertzog, and Jared Bilski.

If you have any Philly comedy news worth mentioning – send it our way to

Philly Comedy Round-up, Vol. 52

Last night, the seventh annual Philly’s Phunniest Person Contest continued at Helium Comedy Club with Aaron Hertzog, Joey Dougherty, and Paul Easton moving on to the semi-finals. The competition continues Sunday, July 29 and the opening round continues until August 13 (full schedule here).

Submissions for Philadelphia’s Comedy Month are now open. Interested groups can apply for the 8th annual Philadelphia Improv Festival (November 7-11, 2012) and the 5th annual Philly Sketchfest (November 12-17,  2012) online. More details on the month-long City Spotlight will be available later. Early submission ($20) for groups is open until until August 17 and the final deadline ($30) is August 31.

This Wednesday, Camp Woods Plus returns for another show at L’etage (624 South 6th St. Philadelphia) This month’s show will feature the debut of Philadelphia sketch duo Tap City along with New York group Listen, Kid! As always, the show will feature brand new material from Camp Woods.

Also this Wednesday, comedy variety show Accidents Will Happen returns to Adobe Cafe (1919 E. Passyunk Ave. Philadelphia) for a night of stand-up from Jim Grammond, Omar Scruggs, John Nunn, Rachel Bensen, Lisa Yost, storytelling from Jamie Fountaine, sketch comedy from The New Dreamz and “Black Metal Legend” Necrosexual. The show is free and begins at 9pm and is followed by an open mic at 11.

This Saturday, The Sideshow makes another appearance at The Arts Parlor (1170 South Broad St. Philadelphia). The show will feature improv from Chaperone, Hot Dog, and Iron Lung as well as clowning from Kristen Schier. The show begins at 8pm and is $5.

Philadelphia Improv Festival Kicks-Off Comedy Month in October

Press release from the Philadelphia Improv Festival:

The city is about to get a lot funnier throughout October. Once again, the Philadelphia Comedy Collective is hosting Philadelphia Comedy Month. This October, there will be three weeks of comedy which kicks off with the seventh annual Philadelphia Improv Festival October 5-9 at the Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, 2111 Sansom Street, 2nd Floor.  Comedy Month will run through October 23, featuring the Philly Sketchfest, and the City Spotlight, which will feature films, stand-up, improv  and the Mid Atlantic Regional College Improv Championship. Tickets cost $10 per night Tuesday-Thursday and on Sunday. The Friday and Saturday night shows cost $10 per block or $20 for the entire night. A full pass to the PHIF costs $60. A full Comedy Month pass costs $125. More information can be found at

This year, Philadelphia Comedy Month has partnered with Philadelphia Young Playwrights, who will receive a portion of proceeds from tickets sales as well as funds raised in the charity raffle, running throughout the month. Comedy Month will kick off on October 4th, with a showcase reading of comedic plays from Philadelphia Young Playwrights.

The talent for the Philadelphia Improv Festival this year runs far and wide. The festival will be highlighted by an appearance from Jill Bernard, a nationally known improviser who is presenting her wildly popular one-woman, multi-character musical, Drum Machine. Also appearing at the festival  are Three’s Company from iO Chicago, BillyHawk from iO West, and an assortment of talented teams from New York, Boston, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Austin, and Los Angeles.

The local improv community will continue to have strong representation at the festival.  The wildly popular Rare Bird Show, as well as The Real Housewives of Philadelphia will both be making their first appearances since last year’s festival. ComedySportz Philadelphia is remounting its Improvised Shakespeare show for the festival, which over the past two years has proven to be a big hit with audiences. A few other local highlights include MattAndThe Amie & Kristen Show and the N Crowd, as well as a record six local teams making their PHIF debut.

“I’m really excited about what we’ve put together for PHIF this year, and can’t wait to share it with audiences. In our seventh year, we’ve focused on bringing real variety to the stage. Through both our commissioned and selected acts, we’re seeing a real cross section of what improv has to offer fans. We’re showcasing a terrific mix of indie shows as well as ensembles from some of the top theaters in the country,” said festival producer Matt Nelson. “We’ve been able to assemble a lineup that boasts many of the most beloved and acclaimed acts from previous years and a healthy assortment of young, energetic groups on the rise. We have both classic shows and experimental pieces, ranging from structured or premise-based pieces to pop satire and even a solo musical. It’s outright some of the best people touring festival circuits today, many of whom have emerged from right here in our own backyard. It’s a combination that comedy fans are going to be hard pressed to pass up.”

Philadelphia Improv Festival Schedule:

Wednesday, Oct 5

Haverford Middle School Actors Workshop (Haverford, PA)
King Friday (Philadelphia, PA)
Double Date (New York, NY)

Legion (New York, NY)
Grimacchio (Philadelphia, PA)
ComedySportz Presents Improvised Shakespeare (Philadelphia, PA)

Thursday, Oct 6
N Crowd (Philadelphia, PA)
Iron Lung (Philadelphia, PA)
Til Death Do Us Part (Philadelphia, PA)

Cubed (Philadelphia, PA)

Mayor Karen (Philadelphia, PA)
The Lodge (Boston, MA + New York, NY)
Real Housewives of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA + Los Angeles, CA)

Friday, Oct 7

The Score (Washington, DC)
The Andrews Sisters (New York, NY)
Fletcher (Philadelphia, PA)

Shawn-Mikael(s) (Washington, DC)
Firth&Arjet (Austin, TX)
ImprovBoston Mainstage (Boston, MA)

The Amie & Kristen Show (Philadelphia, PA)
MattAnd (Philadelphia, PA)
Lekker (Baltimore, MD)
Three’s Company (Chicago, IL)

Saturday, Oct 8


Hidden Falls (Boston, MA)
The Imposters (New York, NY)
Adrift (Various)

Marjean (Boston, MA)
Asteroid! (Philadelphia, PA)
BillyHawk (Los Angeles, CA)

BWP (Philadelphia, PA)
Hello Laser (New York, NY)
Rare Bird Show (Philadelphia, PA + Los Angeles, CA)
Drum Machine (Minneapolis, MN)

Sunday, Oct 9

Rookie Card (Philadelphia, PA)
RuBin (New York, NY)
Caveat (Washington, DC)

Jessica Tandy (Philadelphia, PA)
Featherweight (New York, NY)
Vox Pop (New York, NY + Washington, DC)