Once upon a time there was an improv troupe. They enjoyed making up things on the fly and were all friends in the kingdom of Nashville.
In 2012 they all got together and made two solemn vows. First they vowed to make 2012 the best year for improv comedy ere' seen. Ah but what makes the best they wondered? So they asked the people of the kingdon (and are still asking by the way)
Secondly they vowed to make things even better for their kind patrons who would offer the time and laughter as gifts to the troupe, because that is a rare and special thing.
The gifts offered by the troupe to the patrons? Bigger shows, new directors, more classes, brand new games, shows every 1st & 3rd weekend of the month, a sign leading the way to where the performances were. (Sir Dan Johnson stepped in and filled the role of sign & now stands daily marking the entrance to the theater)
And most recently, credit cards can now be used instead of bags of gold and silver for admission at the door. No longer will anyone be turned away due to a lack of paper.
Because they take their vows seriously they have and will be spending their days and nights living up to their vows.
This story isn't over yet.
And all in the kingdom of Nashville smiled.
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Nashville Improv has been entertaining audiences with their unique brand of high energy improvised comedy nationwide. They're bringing the best of improv & theater into the 21st century, recently being featured on Hidden America with Jonah Ray, and past performances with Laura Hall from Whose Line is it Anyway, Kevin McDonald from Kids in the Hall, Dave Razowski, booked by Comedy Centrals Drunk History, the Chicago Improv Festival, Geek Media Expo, and selling out shows consistently
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