Hudson Valley Improv produces live shows for hire and improv showcases as part of our Performance Track students. Below you will also find shows produced by our students, alumni and colleagues.
Join us for yet another show of pure madness as we throw our Level 2 improvisors back up on the stage for their 2nd live show. Samantha Jones will open with one of her typical high energy audience warm-ups, so not to worry! You will be ready to yell out your suggestions when prompted to!
Host: Samantha Jones
Cast: Carrie Loveland, Cynthia Stew, Frank Antonopoulis, Jeff O'Leary, Kevin Wadzuk & Marnie Klein.
The Beverly Lounge
Doors at 7pm/Show at 730pm
LARGER THAN LIFE is one of our favorite games expanded into a full show! Hosted by Trista Polo, the spotlight turns to the audience as she brilliantly coaxes out the stories of their life-changing moments so that the cast can create an awe inspiring and often hilariously uplifting reenactment. Directed and Produced by Michael Withall & Trista Polo.
Who doesn't love a video that embraces exactly how we look when we wake up in the morning? Trista Polo is the host. Trista has been performing with us for years and is the creator of the show Larger Than Life, Each week she does new videos filled with all kinds of cool, interesting, empowering and positive stuff!
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I Woke Up This Way and It's Awesome is a video series about being yourself, loving yourself and exposing yourself (your vulnerability that is!). Join host, Trista Polo, for new videos each week. We'll tell the truth, tell some secrets and tell it like it is.
We love this show! It's literally SUCH a supportive stand-up open mic, which is super duper rare. This its produce by Kevin Wadzuk/Funny Boned Productions. We love Keven! He's in our Performance Track of classes.
Have you dreamed of being a comedian? Are you a seasoned comic looking to work on new material? Maybe you just think you're kind of funny and want to try it in front of an audience.
Getting good usually starts with being bad. Stand Up Suckfest offers a place it's OK to suck and work on getting better. Think of it as an audience full of your mom - if she actually liked you and thought you had potential.