Sketches about: skipping courses at a restaurant, choosing the next leader of the country, getting right to the fighting part of a relationship & breaking up with a school.
Sketches about: a bad pitch on Shark Tank, a deep space fake, the world record for the longest P, inventing the soup can telephone, testing a translation machine with people who speak the same language & running a space race.
Sketches about: having a bad pirate nickname, being suspicious of everyday items, The Tartar Sauce Café, giving your friend a blackface tattoo & The Bodypaint Cowboy.
Sketches about: getting treated for being an influencer, influencing your friends with lies, find out wrestling is fake, an obvious influencer & turning tennis into wrestling.
Sketches about: entering a dandelion in a flower show, volunteering at a hospital to have sex with the patients, crocheting clothes for your gang, misunderstanding what a train is, accidentally running a gay bar & the sweatiest club in town.
Sketches about: scheduling every moment of your life, hair being a schedule 5 narcotic, a super villain thwarted by bad scheduling & a boxer trying to get a good nickname.
Sketches about: designing a horrifying amusement park, trusting the captain of a sinking ship & taking your kids on a fake trip to Disneyworld.
Come inside our rehearsal process as we use a long form improv format known as "Follow The Leaver" to create sketches on the fly.
Sketches about: inept bank robbers, supervillains getting saved by Superman, clean cops pretending to be dirty, a scheming trip to Aspen & being raised by wolves then domesticated.
Jordan interviews Dan about his expertise in: mountain climbing, bird keeping, crocodile rights advocacy, ventriloquism & grave robbery.
Food Fight is our entry into the 2019 Edmonton Short Film Festival 48 Hour Mobile Challenge. Shot, edited and released in only two days!
Sketches about: a waiter forgetting his regular customers, taking vacation photos of the moon, an alternate theory on JFK, collecting the most venomous spiders & a manifesto that backfires.
Sketches about: time travelling for a petty reason, waffling on an obvious decision, selling a van that's been possessed by an evil spirit, an underwhelming ghost encounter & the art of overexplaining.
How to apply improv comedy communication techniques in the business world. This article focuses on Three Things, an improv tool that gets everyone engaged.