The ImprovBoston comedy club is adding a family show to its Saturday lineup next month by moving its long-running musical comedy “Family Show” two hours earlier, to 4 p.m., and filling its 6 p.m. slot with the new “All Access Improv.”
The new show is billed as family-friendly but not aimed specifically at kids – “appropriate for anyone with a sense of humor” is how club associate producer Mac Gostow puts it.
The 65-minute show is all improvised scenes, songs and games “designed to make our professional comedians sweat hard and our audiences laugh harder,” Gostow said in a press release, and has a 16-person “all-star” cast (including Gostow) and four-person directing staff made up of improvisers from three other ImprovBoston staples: “The Family Show,” “Face Off” and the club’s touring company.
The Family Show has similarities – it’s all improv comedy and music – but gives children a chance to be on stage and is often pitched for family outings, birthday parties and school field trips. It is aimed at children ages 4-12.
“With the new lineup, ImprovBoston deepens its decades-long commitment to smart, engaging entertainment for the whole family,” Gostow said in the press release.
“All Access Improv” start its 6 p.m. run on April 4. Tickets are $16, or $10 ages for those 18 and under. “The Family Show” moves to 4 p.m. as of April 4. Tickets fare $14, or $8 for children 12 and under. Tickets for all shows are here.