The way to win Season 8 of Denver's Next Improv Star? Support your opponent. This seeming contradiction is at the heart of improv theater and a skill that every winner must demonstrate. Watch players collaborate to accomplish each week’s challenge, meanwhile competing to win the grand prize and title of Denver’s Next Improv Star. Without any preparation, contestants are thrown into a variety of games and situations and asked to complete specific tasks, like create an improv musical. The result is an unpredictable blend of comedy and drama.
Players are judged on creativity, improv skills, comedic timing, stage presence and a special focus on the expertise of that week’s Guest Judge. Every week Judges eliminate one contestant, while the others vie for prizes, like restaurant gift cards, theater tickets and indoor skydiving party packages, and the grand prize--being named Denver’s Next Improv Star.
“There is a saying about improv: to look good, you have to make your partner look good. These players know the only way to succeed is to make everyone else look great. It’s not something you are born with; it is something that improvisation teaches you. Great players support aggressively and selflessly,” Denver's Next Improv Star Judge, Co-owner Eric Farone says.
Meet our players and see their videos when asked, "Why should you be Denver's Next Improv Star?" Click HERE
Plays Saturday nights at 8:00 through May 20, 2017.
This Saturday we are down to the Final 4 contestants. Who will it be? Luke Beidscheid? Andre Ford? Brittany Lee? Elizabeth Komos?
Tickets: $22 online*, $24 at the door, and $5 at door for College Students with valid ID (space permitting, please note that this show sells out frequently.)
When you buy tickets to Denver's Next Improv Star at 8:00 p.m. you get admission (and more laughts) to "On The Spot" at 10:15 for FREE!
This show is for all ages and seats are general admission. Click HEREfor frequently asked questions about shows and parking.
* There are no additional fees. Online tickets (and associated discount) close at 6:30 p.m. the day of the show.