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Harold Night (feat. MashUp): Long-form Improv Comedy

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Date:

July 26

Time:

09:00 pm - 10:15 pm

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/harold-night-feat-mashup-long-form-improv-comedy-tickets-45647439721
Organizer

Alchemy Comedy Theater

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/alchemy-comedy-theater-1403571705
Venue

Alchemy Comedy Theater at Coffee Underground

1 E Coffee St, Greenville, SC 29601

Greenville, SC, US, 29601

This weekly show brings some of Greenville’s best long-form improvisors together with a classic format called the Harold. Starting with a suggestion from the audience, our performers will create a 20 to 30 minute theatrical show on the spot. Sometimes it’ll feel like a play and othertimes like a dream: the scenes build, push, crash, and fold into each other… themes, characters, patterns, and ideas all might appear and reappear… the original suggestion might come back into focus in surpising ways. But you never know—and neither do we!


Has a song ever made you want to get up and improvise? The MashUp team feels the same way! In this opening show, you’ll see two scenes inspired by two different songs. Then we mashup the songs and perform a montage (or series) of scenes inspired by the first two scenes. Get ready to dance and laugh.


Alchemy’s house Harold team will close out the night with their own take on the classic Harold format.




MashUp features Cindy Pury, Darren Hudak, JC McCauley, Jessie LaRiviere, Levi Colacioppo, and Phillip Whiting. Coached by Jessica Noll.


Haymaker features Ben Burris, Erin Collins, Harrison Brookie, Jenn Maness, Manus Clancy, and Steven Crane.






The Harold is not only the show that got long-form started, it’s also the foundation of the classes we offer in our training center! The Harold was developed by Del Close and Charna Halpern in the 1960’s at the iO Theater in Chicago and is now performed in improv comedy theaters from LA to NYC and everywhere in between. Famous comedians like Chris Farley, Mike Meyers, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, and many others started their career with Harold-based improvisation and continue to use the style today.


http://www.alchemycomedy.com

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