In 2004, there was a little group of improvisers in Kansas City. They were doing a few shows a year. Their friends and family members came to their shows, and eventually even a few strangers. The founder of the group suddenly quit, and five people had to decide whether to continue on.
They did. Tim Marks, Keith Curtis and others built that little troupe into what is now the KC Improv Company — a company of 42 professional improv actors with a theater, a training center that has trained hundreds, scores of happy corporate clients, and thousands of well entertained fans and friends. We’d love to have you join us.