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Earlier this week, I posted an interview with John Serpico, director of ImprovBoston’s Saturday night staple Face Off. It’s one of the best Coach/Team relationships you’ll find anywhere on the New England comedy scene - the coach says he’d be nowhere without his team, and the team says they’d be nowhere without their coach. Regardless of who is deserving of the credit (Spoiler Alert: it’s a tie), it’s a show that pulls in an audience of both learned and “fresh of the street” fans of improv comedy.
This is an interview with my improv team. They are my family and I love them dearly.
Come see us, Saturday nights at 10 pm, at ImprovBoston!
(I also have a discount code, so shoot me a message if you want to go!)
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Every Saturday night at ImprovBoston, Face Off- a fast paced, highly competitive improv show- hits the main stage at 40 Prospect Street. The cast is split into two teams, home & away, and they go head to head for points, audience approval, and a trophy that has an E.T. statue glued to it. Along with ImprovBoston Mainstage, The Family Show, and Harold Night, Face Off is one of the staple shows that ImprovBoston has built it’s reputation on.
Couldn’t be more proud to be a part of this cast and to have this man as our director.
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Ashley and I have added a third show for Gin & Chicken at ImprovBoston.
Gin & Chicken 2 - April 11th
Gin & Chicken 3 - May 2nd
Come check us out.
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