Saturday, April 2nd
To all our fans in the Vanderbilt-area, yes we're going to be doing a Clash of Comedy show with Tongue-N-Cheek! Only 2 bucks, for all the improv, pizza and drinks you can handle. Improv provided by TNC and NCT, food and drinks provided by Jet's Pizza. Its going to be epic.
Our next free workshop is April 23rd, register now at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we are happy to announce our semiannual auditions are fast approaching on April 30th! Check out the new Auditions Page for all the details.
Then throw in shows April 15th, 16th, a special Shakespeare's Birthday Celebration on April 23rd and gearing up for performances every weekend at the Tennessee Renaissance Festival starting in May (aye really!) means NCT is pumped and ready to perform for you!
Friday and Saturday, April 15th & 16th, 2011
The Writer's Stage / Next Level
1008 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, TN
For back-to-back nights in April, the Nashville Comedy Theater will do a combination of short-form improv games as well as a longform comedy set.
The first half will be some fast-paced games, like you might see on "Whose Line is it Anyway?"
The second half of the show will feature a brand new one-act improvised Shakespearean play from our group "Infinite Jest."
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased right now online, or at the door with cash or check.
Questions? Email email@example.com or call us at 615-544-5386
After a week of vague postings at www.facebook.com/nashvillecomedytheater
Operation: Silent Majority was launched.
During the early hours of Friday March 11th Nashville Comedy Theater hosted a "Free Speech for Mimes" rally at the steps of the Nashville Courthouse. Asking pointed questions like "Who Will Speak for Us?" "Is Silence Really Golden?" and proclaiming "Mimes Deserve Free Speech, Too" the members of NCT banded together in full costume and silent protest while handing out flyers to the Nashville Community.
Thanks to all who came out in support for this noble cause, NewsChannel5.com and WSMV-TV Channel 4, Nashville; know with your help their voices will be heard.
For more information and to support Free Speech for Mimes visit: www.facebook.com/freespeechformimes
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