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Founded by an escapee from the Chicago cult of improv/Upright Citizens Brigade posse. Offers a packed schedule of cheap or free sketch comedy, plus classes in writing and improvising. Not at the same time, though.
Get involved in NYC's longest-running free improv jam.
Comedians and improvisers perform a weekly showcase of one-act, totally improvised plays, hosted by Dan Hodapp and Micah Sherman.
Catch up-and-coming comics at Student Driver: Indie Road, a weekly improv battle featuring two indie teams, followed by improv from the comedians t...
Jarrid Reed draws names from the Golden Bowl of Destiny to determine which audience members will take the stage at this weekly open-mic night.
When will you ever see a burlesque improv comedy show? Those are the only details you need to know about this once-a-month spectacle.
Pianist Ashley Rebecca King and singer Gregory von Portz (a/k/a Moon Pools) transport audiences to exotic locations every month via their comedy-injected lounge concerts. Tonight, the duo finds themselves in glamorous Beverly Hills . . . circa... More »
With SketchFest NYC on hiatus from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater this year, the Peoples Improv Theater saw it as the perfect time to launch their first-ever New York City Sketch Festival, four days of shows, workshops, and panels on the... More »
Hosted by comedy team Student Driver and presented by the PIT, this patriotic comedy extravaganza features 12 hours of back-to-back performances from more than 30 teams. The festival also includes a traditional Fourth of July Bring-Your-Own-Meat... More »
There's always something more than a little awe-inspiring about great comedy done on the fly, and the Peoples Improv Theater (named Best Comedy Club in our 2011 Best of NYC issue) knows this well—which is why they’re hosting the first-ever New... More »
Talk of the end of the world is indeed the theme of the night as we approach—gulp!—2012. At A Charlie Brown Apocalypse, a reading of a new comedy by Matt Fried (who has written for Comedy Central Insider and theapiary.org and has performed in the... More »
As Steve Martin said, "Comedy is the art of making people laugh without making them puke." Those who have ever spent time at a comedy open-mic night are probably all too familiar with the queasy feeling one gets when a terrible comedian is allowed to go on too long. But every Tuesday night at Bring It! At the Peoples Improv Theater, the show's charming host, Jay Welch, keeps each set to a mercifully short two minutes, and, as a result, everyone actually has a good time. The 80-minute show... More »
When owner Ali Farahnakian moved his Peoples Improv Theater from a tiny place on West 29th Street to its spacious new digs in Gramercy late last year, he made the seemingly impossible happen--he turned the PIT into a comfortable, hip space with a stellar nightly lineup and, miraculously, didn't have to raise ticket prices. Still as cheap as ever, the shows range from absolutely free to $10. (Hooray for no drink minimums!) The space, formerly the home of the Blue Heron Arts Center and... More »
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