What would you do to get your kid into college?
Described as a “splash zone of women,” Super Human prides itself on the team’s diverse personalities and playing styles, with an unmistakable focus on creating inclusive learning and performance spaces.
As a deadly dancing epidemic spreads among suburbanites Mulder and Scully are forced to confront their feelings for each other all while singing and dancing!
The Lincoln Lodge is Chicago’s favorite stand up comedy show, now in its 19th year. Each week, the Lincoln Lodge features the best stand up comedy in Chicago, a hilarious variety act, and a Man on the Street segment.
The Blackout Diaries is a comedy show were standup comedians, plus 'regular' people (cops, firefighters, teachers, etc) tell true drinking stories. Then you, the audience, can ask questions.
Cigarette Sandwich is finally taking the gloves off, showing you the mewling, betentacled stumps they call hands. No more gimmicks, zero additives, just the best sketch comedy ever written or performed, anywhere, ever, and if you disagree, fight us.
Every Saturday Dick Wolf Improv brings you a completely improvised episode of, executive producer Dick Wolf’s, Law & Order after receiving a suggestion from the audience. If you like Law & Order then you’ll love Dick Wolf Improv.
A great cast of Annoyance regulars play your favorite sharks Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Barbara and Robert along with all kinds of characters and their crazy pitches as they try to land a deal.
A night of comedic and artistic variety, each show caps off the night with the show’s hosts, Gaby Dixon and Allison Reese, creating new improvised worlds with wigs, music, and costumes at random intervals.
Three dynamic friends enter a graveyard trying to summon a spirit, the devil, literally anyone except… Santa Claus.. Put out your tree, hang your lights and join us for a spooky night of sketches. As they say… Tis the Seance.
What makes serial killers kill? What makes cult leaders lead cults? Why are so many conspiracies theorized? True Crimes answers these questions in the dumbest way possible: through improv.
Double Feature: “You Piece of Shit, You Were Always Like A Brother to Me” & “Ryan Kappmeyer Is Not A Cop”
This show is a wildfire, a conversion of realms, a celebration of the fertility in us all. They’ll say “THIS IS MADNESS” to which we reply “This is: You piece of shit, you were always like a brother to me” and “Ryan Kappmeyer is not a cop”
***THIS IS NOT A STAR WARS EVENT *** The king of movies, George Lucas (Sean Tiffin), moves away from his monolithic past to boost his indie cred by presenting an exclusive showcase of short films from local filmmakers on the Chicago comedy scene.
Ever wish you could harness the power of time and space for spite? In her second solo sketch revue, Libby Marshall exposes the uncomfortable reality that people will use unimaginable power for frivolous ends.