Members of the Indianapolis improv community will descend upon The CSz Theatre late night Fridays this February for House Party.  Teams will perform Long Form Improv, a performance format with endless iterations.  Skilled improvisers take audience suggestions and build a show before the audience’s eyes.  With so many different teams and styles, House Party is sure to have something fun for everyone.

 

Todd Kenworthy, CSz Indianapolis Artistic Director, enjoys the collaboration of House Party.  “Indianapolis’s improv scene has grown a lot over the past few years,” says Kenworthy.  “With House Party, we’re looking to bridge the community and bring a lot of talented, funny people under one roof.”   

 

Friday nights in February at 10pm, (Feb. 7, 14, 21, and 28), The CSz Theatre - Home of ComedySportz will be filled with improvisers putting their own spin on long form improvisation.  Each night will feature three different groups, performing their own twenty-minute set, based on audience suggestions.  Guest groups include The Diamonds (2/7), Indy Improv Collaborative (2/14), The Tony Stanzas, from the Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland area (2/21), and Yikes! (2/28).  Performances at 10 pm can get a little wild, so these offerings are for audiences age 17 and up.  Tickets are $12 in advance or $14 at the door.

 

Don’t think House Party is for you?  Think again.  Kenworthy said, “It’s called “House Party” for a reason.  We’re here to have a fun time with the audience and each other.” 

 

For tickets and information for , visit www.cszindianapolis.com or call 317-951-8499.

Schedules

  • Starting Friday, February 7th, 2020, repeated every week on Friday until Friday, February 28, 2020 @ 10:00 pm – 11:15 pm

Venue

CSz Indianapolis-Home of ComedySportz

721 Massachusetts Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46204

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