Monterey iMPRoV will be helping local Monterey peninsula high school students competing in Poetry Out Loud (POL), a nation-wide poetry reading competition which starts at local high schools on up to the national championship.
We’ll be working with young people with poem selection, strengthening delivery and stage presence skills. Check out the local chapter on facebook. We like likes!
Monterey Improv will be working with My Museum, Monterey County Youth Museum staff and parents in areas of team-building and improv games. How about this for an inspiring motto, “My Museum where children play to learn and parents learn to play.”
“There’s sketch, improv, writing, acting, music and badminton. Those are the seven forms of comedy.” T.J. Miller
Hi iMPRoV Fan…
Two more Summer 2014 Tahoe iMPRoV Players’ shows …
Tuesday, August 12 * 7:30pm
On The Valhalla Estate
Hwy. 89, S. Lake Tahoe
Friday, August 29
Annual iMPRoV Benefit Show For Unity At The Lake
1195 Rufus Allen Blvd., S. Lake Tahoe.
$10 (All Proceeds Donated)
As always, it’s been a funny summer of improv and we’re keeping it going. Hope to see you at a show.
Let improv happen.
Saturday night was Gerry’s final show as Mirth’O’Matics’ director … manager … water boy … counselor … secretary … general trouble-maker which leads to owner.
At the bewitching hour of 12:00:01am, Sunday Aug.3rd, the reigns for the Mirth-O-Matics were turned over to Dr. Richard Westbrook who will do a fantastic job leading this fun band of zany Mirthers. Their first show will be on Saturday August 16 at the Treasures Roadhouse Theater in Corralitos. Change is good and we’re expecting some new twists!
For Gerry and Monterey Improv, it’s time to pursue other improv adventures. You’ll see Gerry around town performing, as well as leading improv and acting workshops and classes. Stay tuned for upcoming events!
The Mirther’s lightened things up last Saturday night as they dove into the world of fish and turned audience suggestions into ‘reely’ funny scenes. The Green Chalk Contemporary invites the public to tour the Fresh Fish exhibit which explores the current social, economic and ecological status of fish and our oceans.
We’ll be docking tomorrow night at 8pm at Green Chalk Contemporary and make stuff up to the theme of Something’s Fishy, all part of the Fresh Fish exhibit by Michael Kerbow. So grab a chum, cast your line into the Mirthy waters and laugh at the catch of the day, Sat. Aug. 2, 8pm. 616 Lighthouse Ave. New Monterey (next to Hula’s). greenchalkcontemporary.com 831 718 7232. Limited seating.