This summer, National Comedy Theatre is opening its doors for teens to learn the ins and outs of improv comedy and sketch writing. Students work with NCT cast members to create their own show, all within the span of two weeks.
It’s an experience that could only be provided by San Diego’s longest running show.
Improv Comedy Camp runs Monday thru Friday, 9:30 to 3:00
Sessions run from July 17- 28 and from July 31- August 11
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Our next round of improv classes begins on Monday, June 26th and Saturday, July 8th, and continues for 6 consecutive weeks. Seriously, how much more fun can you have with strangers?
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Our annual production of House of Cards, our improvised Valentine’s Day show went off without a hitch with 4 couples joining us onstage over two shows.
We played out scenes from the lives of two married couples – one of whom was married for 56 years. In the second half of each show, we improvised a courtroom scene, where one half of a couple got to sue the other for a minor offense.
In the first show, Shane sued his wife, who was 35 weeks pregnant, for having too many pillow on the bed. And somehow he won.
During the second show, Danielle sued her newlywed husband Nick for always taking too long to leave the house. Nick prevailed in that case as the audience felt sympathy for the stresses in his life.
It was a fantastic night all around and we want to thank all four couples involved.