Student comedians had the chance to unveil their talents and bring the laughs this Monday night in the first-ever Student Showcase Comedy Club.
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend that won’t require a wallet, look no further than the performing arts events on campus. Take advantage of these amazing performances and artists right on our campus!
Not sure what to do with your parents this weekend? Sad your parents aren’t coming to visit you? Looking to have a fantastic time laughing all your troubles away? Then you should probably go see Wash. U.’s K.A.R.L. Improv as it performs alongside some of the largest names in improvisation this weekend at the Compass Improv Festival.
Each weekend, Washington University features a number of different exciting events. The end of the semester is filled with activity, and this fact has never been truer than this weekend. There are even more exciting events than usual. If midterms aren’t driving you crazy, why not check one out?
A year of weekly performances in a small dining room at Bear’s Den and annual shows featuring inebriated performers and full audiences donning mustaches has paid off for K.A.R.L. Improv.
Inside of a small, unassuming bar on Locust Street, up a narrow staircase and through a large doorway lies the heart of St. Louis’s improvisational comedy scene. The Improv Shop, located in the performance space above the Tin Can Tavern & Grille at 1909 Locust St., is working to build a healthy, thriving improv community in St. Louis.
K.A.R.L. Improv is bringing the Upright Citizen’s Brigade (UCB) Touring Company to Brown Hall 100 tonight. UCB has spawned the likes of Amy Poehler, “SNL” alum and star of the underrated NBC sitcom “Parks and Recreation”; “Scrubs” janitor Neil Flynn; Jack McBryer; the submissive, naïve Kenneth Parcells on “30 Rock”; and many “Daily Show” alums, including Ed Helms, Rob Corddry and Rob Riggle.