Bovine Metropolis Theater
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The Bovine Metropolis Theater houses the Bovine School of Improv, a five level program that teaches improvisational theatre and comedy. There are approximately 500 graduates of the Bovine School of Improv.
In 2001 Westword named Bovine Metropolis Theater the "Best Improv and Comedy Space" for that year.
The company is owned by Denise Maes and Eric Farone along with the Bovine's sister company, Apixii Applied Improvisation.
Apixii uses applied improvisation to conduct business training for companies on a contract basis.
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- Magdalena Wegrzyn (2011). OUR Center executive director to be guest in Denver improv troupe's show on Friday. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.timescall.com/ci_19096576. [Last Accessed January 30, 2011].
- Steve Knopper, (2003). Comedy Always In Demand. Rocky Mountain News.
- Eric Farone, (2015) [last accessed December 5, 2018] https://apixii.com
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