“Tuesday Night Improv” is a weekly* show featuring the best and brightest of the Columbus improv scene.  It showcases the variety of styles and forms of improvisation to the growing improv audiences in Columbus. Each show is different, from short form, to long form, to Deuces Wild, to experimental improv. And you will never see the same show twice. All shows are Tuesday night*, 8:00 pm at MadLab Theatre, 227 N. 3rd St., Columbus, OH 43215. Tickets are $8 and are available at or at the door.

*Please click here FaceBook page to check for show dates. Sometimes MadLab is preparing for a show or has booked a rental for the theater and TNI is cancelled.


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Tuesday, Aug. 21, 8pm

Deuces Wild is a fast paced improv show featuring five 2-person groups, 10 minutes for each group to tell a story inspired by one audience suggestion and then an all play montage tying it all together. You will never see the same show twice. Tickets $8 at (look for Deuces Wild) or at the door. All proceeds benefit MadLab to support original theater. Free parking in the lot to the south of the theatre (just come inside to get a pass for your dashboard).
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Classes and Workshops

Make A Scene Improv is not currently offering any classes or workshops. If you have an interest in doing improv, expanding your skills as an improviser or actor, or are interested in corporate training contact Brad Shimp at 614-579-6482 to get you started. You may also email him at Brad can point you in the right direction.

NEW TO IMPROV:  If you are new to improv there are opportunities to learn the art form. The Nest Theatre offers four levels of classes and are offering them all the time. They also offer a host of electives featuring advanced training in various improv forms. Go to the to find out when classes begin.

 Jeff Gage offers beginning and advanced "Short Form" improv classes at In Jeff's classes you will learn the fundamentals of improv: "Yes, And", building a relationship, being present on stage, and working together to create a scene.

photo by Mark Pilgrim

photo by Mark Pilgrim