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Jet City Improv offers hilarious improv shows, improv classes, original shows, corporate improv classes, and outreach work based out of a bright yellow theater in Seattle’s University District.

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From The Blog:

Welcome Chris Dewar, Our New Artistic Director »

Posted on Oct 6, 2017 in Announcements

Chris Dewar

Jet City Improv is proud to announce that Chris Dewar has been hired as the organization’s new Artistic Director. Originally from Cape Cod, Dewar travelled to the Pacific Northwest to study Theatre Arts and Comparative Sociology at the University of Puget Sound. After graduating, he moved to Seattle and became an active member of the […]

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All the Jet City Improv info YOU need for October 5-7 »

Posted on Oct 5, 2017 in Announcements

→ Opening weekend for Dystopia! the Musial –  Everyone loves a musical. This one just happens to be about the end of the world. → Jet City Improv  –   Friday Oct. 6 and Saturday Oct. 7 –  Seattle’s favorite high-energy short form comedy show takes the stage every Friday and Saturday!!!  Three Jet City Shows this weekend […]

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All the Jet City Improv info YOU need for Sept 28, 29, 30 »

Posted on Sep 29, 2017 in Announcements

→ Twisted Flicks –  Twisted Flicks is a monthly comedy show that makes HORRIBLE movies HILARIOUS. Seattle’s funniest improvisers show a bad movie on our big screen, remove the sound and use your suggestions to make up all new music, dialogue and sound effects on the spot.  Masters Of The Universe Sept 28, 29, 30; 8:00PM   […]

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Twisted Flicks: Masters of the Universe! »

Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in Announcements, Shows

Masters of the Universe - Branded Webpage, MailChimp & Facebook Photo

Twisted Flicks is a monthly comedy show that makes HORRIBLE movies HILARIOUS. Seattle’s funniest improvisers play a bad movie on the big screen, mute the sound and then use your suggestions to make up brand new music, dialogue and sound effects on the spot. It’s sort of like watching someone build a sandcastle in quicksand. […]

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