Tag: The ImproVables

ImproVables performing January 5

  Andrea Hummel Feeling like a nice dinner and a good show without driving across town, finding a parking place or driving back late at night? Do we have a deal for you! The ImproVables, SLCT’s own improvisation troupe, will be performing on January 5 at Oakwood Country Club. Tickets are available at the concierge…

A Halloween event with the ImproVables

The ImproVables with instruments

Andrea Hummel Halloween will be here before you know it, and it’s time to get yourself in a spooky state of mind! A good way to get your scare started is to join The ImproVables on Saturday, October 28, at the Chandler Elks Lodge #2429. The Lodge is located at 1775 W. Chandler Blvd. The…

An evening out close to home

The Sun Lakes ImproVables

Andrea Hummel Would you like a nice night out without driving in traffic or worrying about a place to park? On top of that, would you like dinner and a show for $14? Well, look no further! On March 28, you can have a hot baked potato with all the trimmings, a salad with your…

Another Monday Funday

Try your hand at improvisational comedy!

Andrea Hummel Monday Funday is back! The ImproVables, Sun Lakes’ very own improv troupe, will be opening their Monday workshops for anyone who is interested in trying their hand at improvisational comedy. The workshops are from 10:00 a.m.-noon in A-9, the Phoenix Room, in Cottonwood and anyone who lives in Sun Lakes is welcome to…

Three groups mean three times the fun

Off the Cuff, Off the Cuff, Jr. and the ImproVables get to know each other at a meet and play evening. Players shown are Sandy Ilsen, J.C. Graffius, Zach Furman, Hayden Keegan, Jim Nielsen, Trevor Schofield and Phyllis Novy.

Ever since Whose Line is it, Anyway? America has learned what improv is. It can be funny or poignant, a solo act or a team sport. But on Friday, April 8, something unprecedented happened; a multi-generational improv show. The ImproVables, Sun Lakes’ own improv troupe, and Off the Cuff, a Chandler Gilbert Community College troupe, have…

Workshop provides chance to play well with others

Jim Nielson conducts Complaint Orchestra while Michael Carter, Sandy Ilsen, Roxy Banta, Elaine Pilbrow-Cash and Jim McElenney complain.

Andrea Hummel If you’ve ever seen a show by the ImproVables, you probably wondered how the group develops their fast-paced comedy shows. For the ImproVables, Sun Lakes improvisational comedy troupe, Monday mornings between 10:00 a.m. and noon are sacred. Or at least pretty darn special. That’s the time that the troupe workshops new games and…

The ImproVables, new shirts, new venues

The ImproVables relax at a recent Monday workshop. They are (front row) Joyce Recupido, Sandy Pallett, Phyllis Novy, Sandy Ilsen and Elaine Pilbrow-Cash; (second row) Joella Birlin, Jim McElhanny, Roxy Banta, Jim Nielsen, Andrea Hummel and Ted Peck; (back row) Bob Petrucelli, Janine Schneck, Howard Hummel and Joan Berger.

Andrea Hummel The ImproVables, Sun Lakes’ very own improv troupe, is all decked out in new lavender shirts and excited to perform in several upcoming shows. The show they’re calling April Fools’ Eve is set for March 31 at Sun Lakes Country Club. Tickets for this event will include dinner. The next two shows will require…