Claim of Thrones
You choose the houses in power.
You choose the alliances.
You choose the betrayals.
Lend your banners and choose wisely, because when playing for the Claim of Thrones, you win . . . or you die.
This spring, Jet City Improv is proud to present the heralded return of Claim of Thrones – a treacherous, unpredictable comedy inspired by HBO’s hit series. Each performance is a brand and fully improvised story of betrayal, seduction, and devastating surprises as the fate of warring families is guided by the choices of the audience. Every character’s loyalty, morality, and honor is ultimately up to you, and the choices you make will guide your favorite house to power and glory or ruin and gruesome death.
Ready to play?
Directed by Alison Luhrs and Nick Edwards.
When can I see it?
7:30 pm on Thursdays and Fridays, May 2 – 24 & June 6 & 7, 2019. Buy tickets
What does it cost?
Tickets are $17 online and $18 at the door.
Discounts are available for military, seniors (55+), students, and groups.
This show will feature adult language and themes.
Augusta Chapman, Nathan Cox, Kyle Hennick, Mykaela Hopps, Ali Khan, Josh Kuehn, Amalia Larson, Peter Sakowicz, Dayo Vice, Elicia Wickstead
Director – Alison Luhrs
Assistant Director – Nick Edwards
Production Manager + Technical Improviser (Sound) – Joe Viscia
Set Design – Randy Miller
Sound Design – Kyle Levien
Costume Design – Julia Logan Trimarco
Lighting Design and Technical Improviser (Lights) – August Franzen
Fight Choreographer – TBD
Originally Co-Created by Jon Axell and Douglas Willott
About Jet City Improv Presents
Claim of Thrones is the newest edition to Jet City Improv’s line of improvised plays. Unlike most short-form improv formats that involve improvisers switching from game to game and creating brand new scenes every time, Jet City Improv Presents is an ongoing series of longform improv shows that present one or many stories around one cohesive theme. Improv still lies at the heart of each show, and every story is created based on unique suggestions and input every night. So yes, even though Jet City Improv Presents shows have sets and costumes and some thematic rules, the major role of the audience guarantees that no two performances are ever alike. Jet City Improv’s 27th season is made possible by support from the following: