New South Comedy Festival
10 days. 10 workshops. 24 shows. 250 performers! From November 7-16th, improvisors, stand-up comedians, and sketch comedy guests from across the country will converge on Greenville, SC for the 6th Annual New South Comedy Festival.
Seating is limited, so it’s always wise to pre-purchase your tickets online. All shows will be at the Alchemy Comedy Theater in downtown Greenville, SC. Street parking is available (if you’re lucky), along with several nearby parking garages.
Comedy workshops will be held on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday on both weekends.
IMPROV COMEDY featuring Alchemy’s Improv 101 students, Never Decaf Improv (Greer, SC), and Hijinxs (Greenville, SC)
Alchemy’s Improv 101 Student Showcase takes the stage to show you the beginning levels of improv and “yes, and”-ing your fellow improvisers.
Never Decaf Improv is a local improv troupe that performs regularly at Stomping Grounds Coffee House and Wine Bar in Greer, SC. Founded by Phillip Whiting in early 2018 with Corey Dewar, the additions of Emily Kelly, Teddi Fishman, AJ Laurie, and Sean W. Bailey made this comedy family complete. Along with monthly guest players, we create family-friendly comedy shows. We build our shows around short-form improv games that our audiences enjoy; however, for comedy festivals we delve into organic openings intertwined with long-form and short-form improv.
Hijinks is a group founded by members of The Alchemy Comedy Theater. Hijinks performs a mockumentary longform show. Cast includes: Jeremiah Jones, Rachel Hardin, Tyler Prescott, Joe Guy, Jacki Flynn, Ruth Aranoff, and Manus Clancy.
Upstate News Headlines
- I-26 West closed near Columbus due to overturned log truck, firefighters ask drivers to avoid area
- This One-Pot Lasagna Will Be Your New Weeknight Favorite
- Is Facebook really ready for the 2020 election?
- North Carolina resumes processing deficient absentee ballots
- Bruce Willis reprises 'Die Hard' role in unexpected way
- Greenville park has a fiery past
- Spirit of actress often seen leading audience in ovation after performances
- Hurricane Laura evacuees — many with nowhere to go — ordered to leave hotels
- Trump says Sudan will be removed from terrorism list
- Legendary NHL broadcaster Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick announces his retirement