A Sequence of Wretched Events
This show is a full-length narrative in the style of the darkly funny, comically tragic “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” Drawing from Lemony Snicket’s creation, this production will tell stories of resourceful young heroes facing off against wickedly over-the-top villains, nefarious schemes, and secret societies.
Created by Camilla Franklin.
When can I see it?
Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30pm, January 9 – February 7, 2020. Buy Tickets
What does it cost?
Tickets are $17 online on Saturdays. Discounts are available for military, seniors (55+), students, and TPS members with ID. Online sales close at 2 hours before the start of of the show, but tickets will be available at the door starting 30 minutes before show time (unless sold out). Buy tickets
Would you like to bring a group? Add 10+ tickets to your cart and use the discount code GROUP to get $12 tickets. Buy tickets
Want to gift this show to someone else? Consider buying a gift certificate!
Can’t make it to the show? Check out our refund policy.
This show may contain content scary to younger children. Regardless, we won’t turn anyone away based on their age.
For more photos of this show, please visit Hieroglyph Photography (Todd Gardiner).
About Jet City Improv Presents
A Sequence of Wretched Evetns 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 28th season is made possible by support from the following: