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SFIT Preview Weekend

The funniest week in Seattle is nearly here!

The Seattle Festival of Improv Theater takes to the stage from February 14-18th! For the 16th year in a row, we’ve assembled the best and brightest improv comedy teams from Seattle and around the country for one huge showcase of everything there is to love about unscripted comedy. 25 nationally-renowned teams are taking to the stage to perform at 2 venues in 1 week, and you’re invited to have all the fun you can handle!

Can’t wait? You don’t have to! Head on over to Jet City Improv at 8 pm on Thursday and Friday, January 4-5th to catch a preview of the Seattle Festival of Improv Theater. Each show will feature three fantastic fan-favorites: The Nightmare Society, A Tribe Called Yes and Dystopia! The Musical.

When can I see it?

Only 2 shows! THU-FRI, 1/4-5 at 8 pm. Buy tickets.

Featuring

SFIT Preview 1
The Nightmare Society
Do you dare enter the horrible haunting world of the mind? The Nightmare Society tells the tale of a commune of artists who realize nightmares at the sound of a grandfather clock. This twisted improv comedy show explores the eeriness and absurdity of nightmares. You write down your fears. Then we bring them to life.

SFIT Preview 2
A Tribe Called Yes
Join us for an immersive hip-hop improvisational experience that brings together actors, musicians, and MCs to tell the story of underdogs on a freestyle trip to fame and misfortune. Every show begins with a live DJ firing up his turntables as soon as the audience enters the auditorium and can’t stop (won’t stop) until the audience has experienced a story about the feuds, fame, and family that shaped the world of hip-hop.

SFIT Preview 3
Dystopia! The Musical
Everyone loves a musical. This one just happens to be about the end of the world. Dystopia! The Musical takes a lighthearted look at the apocalypse. This playful improvised musical is half existential dread and half glitter. You tell us how the world ends. Then we tell you what happens in song.

Epilepsy Warning

The Nightmare Society uses strobe lights. If you have epilepsy, please let us know in-person or via email, and we’ll disable the strobe lights for the duration of the show.

What does it cost?

Tickets are $12 online to Thursday shows and $17 online to Friday shows. Last minute tickets are $18 at the door (cash or card). Discounts are available for military, seniors (55+), students, Amazon employees and TPS members with ID. Online sales close at 6 pm on the day of the show.

Would you like to bring a group? Grab a discount for 10+ people by clicking here.

Want to gift this show to someone else? Consider buying a gift certificate!

Refund Policy

Can’t make it to the show? Check out our refund policy.

Age Appropriateness

This show may contain mature themes and language. That being said, we won’t turn anyone away based on their age.