ComedySportz, the longest-running comedy show in Utah Valley, offers a unique blend of fast and funny improvisational comedy that is appropriate and fun for all ages.
The Red and Blue teams battle it out in front of an audience, playing and challenging each other to games. The referee awards point to the teams based on audience favor. The eternal battle of Red vs. Blue is completely improvised, and the show is never the same twice!
ComedySportz is a hilarious audience interactive-comedy competition between two teams of comedians who perform a series of scenes and songs, all based on suggestions from YOU, the audience!
Fridays & Saturdays 7:30 & 9:30 pm
ComedySportz The Interactive Improv Experience 36 West Center Street, Provo
The Antics Comedy Improve is a professional, family-friendly improv troupe in Logan, UT! Offers clean, hilarious, and fun comedy shows that the whole family can enjoy. Everything they do is made up on the spot, based on audience suggestions!
For 16 years, the Quick Wits Improv Comedy Troupe has been making people laugh with their razor-sharp and lightning-fast hilarity; And now, with a return to one of their favorite locations, The Wits can keep that going for years to come.
Quick Wits takes suggestions from the audience and turns them into comedy sketches. The shows are appropriate for the whole family, and some crowd members will actually join the actors on stage. This makes every show a different experience and unique. The troupe has won several “Best Of” awards and has played shows all over the Western United States.
Utah’s longest-running and most successful improv comedy troupe. The Off-Broadway Theatre (OBT) opened its doors in 1994, bringing family-friendly parodies, traditional plays, musicals, and live improv comedy shows to the people of Salt Lake.
The Draper Historic Theatre has strong cultural and historical significance to the community. In 1938, Annie Pearl and John A. Howell family built a movie house named “The Pearl.” Vaudeville performances would start off the evening, followed by a movie or two. Many locals felt fortunate to have a first-run theatre right in their small town.
For many generations, this building, now on the Draper Historic Register, served as a gathering place for the south end of the valley. In 1988, the theater was purchased by Charles and Vanessa Nelson, who added theatrical lighting, and sound and expanded the stage, enabling the presentation of live shows. With humble beginnings, DHT grew into what could be called “the best-kept secret in the valley.” Ten years later, DHT became a non-profit organization, and in 2004 the Board of Directors purchased the building from the Nelsons through a major fundraising effort. Having the organization purchase the building allows for the theater to truly belong to the Draper community.
Off the Wall Comedy Improv Show is an hour and a half of hilarity. Featuring the art of what is known as “competitive short-form improv.” You might have seen examples of it in the TV show “Whose Line is it Anyway?”
Jessie Funk and Daniel Beck present the 4th Annual Valentine Variety Show February 12, 2011 at Bountiful High School with McCall Clark, Sojourn Dance Company, The Gibbons Brothers, The Improvables, and Shane Hickenlooper!
The Perfect Valentine’s Gift!
If you would like to propose to your sweetie on stage- just email us and we’ll make it happen (just like last year!)
Jessie Funk has shared her inspiring message and love of music with thousands of people from across the United States and even into Europe, Canada and Africa. She has released five solo albums, including “Dance in the Rain” – her first country CD. She has toured 36 states with the broadway musical “Footloose,” as a principle dancer and singer, she has performed for former Vice-President Dick Cheney, as an opening act for Donny Osmond, and she has toured with Broadway sensation Maureen McGovern. She has also been hired for hundreds of recording sessions as a studio vocalist including songs heard on TV’s “The Biggest Loser.”