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Scottie / 45 Kings / Ham Kitty / Cheeky Rafiki
November 11, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:45 pm
On the final night of Flyover Comedy Festival, we welcome 4 long-form improv teams to The Improv Shop Main Stage. The shows will start promptly at 6 PM, with a brief intermission in the middle to go grab drinks and food from the Improv Shop bar.
Scottie (St. Louis)
Current house Harold team of the Improv Shop.
45 Kings (Chicago)
45 Kings is a diverse 6-person long form improv team based in Chicago. We focus on having the most fun and our love for each other. We regularly perform a minimum of once a week and often times two or three. We’ve performed a The Playground, Stage 773, iO and many more. We were a finalist at CIT (College Improv Tournament), performed in the Chicago Improv Festival and National College Comedy Festival in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Ham Kitty (Kansas City)
Ham Kitty was supposed to be one-show wonder: Five of Kansas City’s most experienced improvisers entered a contest in 2015 to check off an item on one of their bucket lists. Eight months later, they’d set a record for consecutive wins in Underground Throwdown at the Comedy Theater, been awarded Breakout Improv Troupe by the KC Improv Company, and were runners-up in the Pitch Best of KC awards. Now that they’re a “thing,” they play monthly or more at KC’s Kick and Buffalo Room. They perform separately with the KC Improv Company, Comedy City, and a variety of local theater companies. Ham Kitty is Trish Berrong, Katte Haugan, Tina Morrison, Ashley Osborn, and Jen Roser. At least two of them have been doing this since before you were born.
Cheeky Rafiki (Chicago)
Long-form Improv hailing from Chicago. Cheeky Rafiki was formed in January 2014 out of an audition class at One Group Mind. Over the past 3+ years, they’ve gone through a few lineup changes, but the one constant has been their love for each other on and off stage. Cheeky Rafiki has been performing weekly at The Comedy Clubhouse (aka One Group Mind) since mid-2015. Their hard work during rehearsals and shows has created an atmosphere on stage that allows them to do anything and support everything. By constantly pushing themselves to improve technique and tighten mechanics, they can guarantee that no two shows will be the same.
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