You know you can see our shows at the Kick Comedy Theater. But did you know you can see us … anywhere? Yes, you can book the KC Improv Company to perform at your private event.
The KC Improv Company has lots of options for bringing the comedy right to you, serving up fresh laughs at your own events. Our troupe has years of experience performing at anything from birthday parties, family reunions, office events and trainings, holiday parties, bachelor/bachelorette parties—we’re even ready to perform at bar mitzvahs!
A big dose of laughter is the perfect way to mix up every event or party and we love to deliver—we can travel anywhere in the greater Kansas City area, both in Missouri and Kansas. From entertainment to new inside jokes, a way to avoid talking to your family or pure tension relief, we’re here to provide. We want to serve as many clients as possible and our calendar starts to fill up in November and December.
Holiday season is coming up and we get busy with bookings for holiday and family events. If you’re looking for entertainment at your seasonal gathering and are considering an improv show or workshop, let’s start talking now!
Check out our Private Events page for more information or to get in contact with us about booking our amazing group of performers for your next event.
Still need convincing? See what some clients have said about us:
“The KC Improv Co. is an awesome group, very diverse and a delight to watch. Not only were they hilarious and fun entertainment for our company holiday party, but they were very professional to work with on the coordination end. They provided the perfect segue in between cocktails and chit chat to ending the night with dancing. I highly recommend the KC Improv Co. for any event, small or large.”
— Beth Ott – Private Event Client, 2016
“The KC Improv Company performed for our fundraiser on March 28, 2013. They were professional, very, very funny and incredibly talented. There were children in attendance and the troupe made the comedy G-rated for them, involving one little girl in a skit with them! I would definitely ask them to entertain for our organization again!”
— Kathleen Wright – Friends of Recovery, 2013