COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOL
We require proof of FULL vaccination upon entry. Anyone without proof of vaccination will be denied entry. A photo OR the physical vaccination card is accepted.
Do not attend if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms. Proof of full vaccination is required to enter the theater. Please present your vaccination card at the box office when entering. The name on the vaccination card must match the name on your ID.
There is risk of Covid-19 exposure in any venue. By entering the theater, you understand the risks associated with attending a show in an indoor theater. The CDC encourages wearing a mask indoors at all times.
We want to do everything we can to keep our students, performers and community healthy and comfortable. Because Covid-19 is an extremely contagious and potentially life threatening disease, we must require proof of vaccination when entering the theater. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE PROOF OF VACCINATION, YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN AND YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A REFUND
STEEL CITY IMPROV FESTIVAL THURSDAY NIGHT PASS
Thursday Night shows will be at The Steel City Improv Theater
Shows start at 7:00pm & 8:30pm
$10 ONLINE / $20 DOOR
7:00 PM SHOW
The Fancy Boys are here to take your dull old improv and polish it up with some panache and luxury. Come for the high energy, whimsical, and moderately weird comedy, stay so you can finally get some class. The Fancy Boys are a former house team at Steel City Improv Theater consisting of Erin Ross, Ari Valentine-Johnson, Scott Duda, Ryan Nuzzo, Deepu Murty, and Jon David.
SOME KIND OF FELONY
Some Kind of Felony is a new long form group based in Pittsburgh. Coached by Matt Solter, this gang of Felons will stop at nothing to get what they want. (Laughter. They want laughter.)
Bright Invention explores deep relationships and hilarious characters in its original long form: The Sun and its Planets. Get comfortable as we dig deep into the cosmic question: can people actually change?
8:30 PM SHOW
MY DOG CARL
My Dog Carl is currently one of Unplanned Comedy Theater’s house teams comprised of some pretty funny, awesome, and weird people who explore lots of different characters and worlds via a constantly debated long form improv format (it has it’s own Reddit page, you guys!) called The Slacker
Scorned Chefs is a long form improv trio that originally formed in Detroit, Michigan, but is now spread across the country They strive to create playful scenes with heartfelt characters through shared character monologues. From your single suggestion, Scorned Chefs will proceed to have such a stupid amount of fun that you’ll have no choice but to have a blast too (or else)!
A very strong toddler takes the stage and stares down your emotions. They squeeze their binky so tight that you can hear the fibers scream under the stress. The pacifier shoots back and forth rhythmically, like bench pressing well below your max
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