List of improvisational theatre companies

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An improvisational comedy group performing onstage.

Improvisational theatre companies, also known as improv troupes or improv groups, are the primary practitioners of improvisational theater. Modern companies exist around the world and at a range of skill levels. Most groups make little or no money, while a few, well-established groups are profitable.

Although improvisational theater has existed in some form or another since the 16th century,[1] modern improv began with the teachings of Viola Spolin in Chicago, Illinois, USA and Keith Johnstone during the 1940-50s in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.[2][3] Spolin's teachings led to the creation of The Compass Players, the first modern improvisational theater company, in 1955. The presence of The Compass Players, The Second City, and ImprovOlympic in Chicago created a strength in the form within the city that continues to this day.[4] New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Toronto are other major hubs of improvisational theater in the North America.

Many companies host improvisational theatre festivals or give improvisational theatre classes. Professional groups often perform a regular stage show acted by the most senior members. Along with this, they host "house" improv teams made up of improv students or graduates from their classes. In the past decade, professional improvisational theater groups have gradually started working more with corporate clients, using improvisational games to improve productivity and communication in the workplace.

Major Professional companies have branches in more than one city, have touring groups, and/or host large-scale improvisational comedy schools. Professional troupes are those not affiliated with a university or secondary school. Collegiate groups are those associated with a post-secondary educational institution. If a company performs more than one type of improvisational comedy, they are defined as using Multiple improvisational comedy types. If it is unclear what particular kind of improvisational comedy a group performs, they are defined as Improvisational. Those marked Semi-improvisational generally perform shows that are partially improvised and partially scripted.

The following is a list of noteworthy improvisational theatre companies[nb 1] from around the world.

Improvisational theatre companies in Canada[edit]

Name Group Level Improv Type Location Date Established Reference
The Bad Dog Theatre Company Professional Multiple Toronto, Ontario 2003 [5]
Die-Nasty Professional Television Edmonton, Alberta 1991 [6]
Improv Embassy Professional Improvisational Ottawa, Ontario 2016 [7]
Ligue nationale d'improvisation Professional Improvisational Quebec 1977
Loose Moose Theatre Major Professional Theatresports Calgary, Alberta 1977 [8]
Bullskit Comedy Professional Improvisational Red Deer, Alberta 2008 [9]
Montreal Improv Theatre Professional Improvisational Montreal, Quebec 2007 [10]
Projectproject Professional Improvisational Toronto, Ontario 2007 [11]
Rapid Fire Theatre Professional Theatresports Edmonton, Alberta 1982
GRIMprov Semi-Professional Improvisational Ottawa, Ontario 2011 [12]
Staircase Improv Professional Improvisational Hamilton, Ontario 1997 [13]
Theatre on the Edge Semi-Professional Improvisational Waterloo, Ontario 1981 [14]
Vancouver Theatresports League Professional Theatresports Vancouver 1980

Improvisational theatre companies in the United States[edit]

Name Group Level Improv Type Location Date Established Reference
ACME Comedy Theatre Professional Theatresports Los Angeles, California 1989 [15]
American Improv Theatre Professional Long-form, Musicals San Jose, California 2015 [16]
Awkward Compliment Professional Improvisational Somerville, Massachusetts 2010

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The Annoyance Theatre Professional Improvisational Chicago, Illinois 1987
Arcade Comedy Theater Professional Multiple Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2013 [18]
Atlas Improv Co. Professional Multiple Madison, Wisconsin 2004 [19]
Baltimore Improv Group Professional Multiple Baltimore, Maryland 2004 [20][21]
Bay Cities Improv Company Professional Shortform Mobile, Alabama 2013
BATS Improv Major Professional Theatresports San Francisco, California 1986
BETA Theater Professional Multiple Houston, TX 2013
The Bent Theatre Professional Multiple Charlottesville, Virginia 2004 [22]
Black Sheep Improv Collegiate Long-Form Athens, Ohio 2007 [23]
Bovine Metropolis Theater Professional Multiple Denver, Colorado 1998 [24]
Boulder Improv Collaborative Professional Multiple Boulder, Colorado 2004 [25]
The Brave New Workshop Comedy Theatre Professional Multiple Minneapolis, Minnesota 1958 [26]
Carolina Improv Company Professional Multiple Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 2008 [27]
Charlotte Comedy Theater Professional Multiple Charlotte, North Carolina 2001 [28][29]
Charm City Comedy Project Professional Multiple Baltimore, Maryland 2014 [30]
CHiPs Improv Collegiate Multiple Chapel Hill, North Carolina 1995
Coalition Theater Professional Multiple Richmond, Virginia 2009 [31]
Columbus Unscripted Professional Improvisational Columbus, Ohio 2006 [32]
ComedyCity Professional Shortform Green Bay, Wisconsin 1987 [33]
Comedy Corner Collegiate Multiple Tucson, Arizona 1979
Commedus Interruptus Collegiate Multiple Los Angeles, California 1989 [34]
ComedySportz Major Professional Shortform Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1984 [35]
Compass Players Professional Cabaret Chicago, Illinois 1955* [36]
The Crazy Monkeys Collegiate Shortform West Lafayette, Indiana 1988 [37]
Dad's Garage Theatre Company Professional Multiple Atlanta, Georgia 1995 [38]
Defiant Monkey Improv Professional Short-form Buffalo, NY 2009 [39]
The Denials The Overtime Theater Short-form San Antonio, Texas 2009 [40]
The Diggers Professional Guerrilla San Francisco, California 1966* [41]
Eclectic Improv Co. Professional Short-Form Buffalo, New York 1998 [42]
Endgames Improv Professional Long-Form San Francisco, California 2010 [43]
Erasable Inc. Collegiate Improvisational College Park, Maryland 1986 [44]
Face Off Unlimited Professional Multiple New York City, New York 2003 [45]
False Profits Comedy Collegiate Multiple Chapel Hill, North Carolina 2013 [46]
The First Time Offenders Collegiate Multiple San Antonio, TX 2008 [47]
The Focus Group Professional Long-form Bangor, Maine 2009
Freudian Slip Collegiate Improvisational College Station, TX 1994
Friday Night Improvs Collegiate Improv Jam Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1989
Full Frontal Nudity Professional Multiple Columbus, Ohio 1993
Good On Paper Professional Short-form Traverse City, MI 2010 [48]
Groundlings Major Professional Semi-improvisational Los Angeles, California 1974
Harrisburg Improv Theatre Professional Long-form Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 2014 [49]
HUGE Theater Professional Long-form Minneapolis, Minnesota 2005 [50]
The Immediate Gratification Players Collegiate Long-form Cambridge, Massachusetts 1986 [51]
ImprovOlympic Major Professional the Harold Chicago, Illinois 1980 [52]
Improv Asylum Major Professional Semi-improvisational Boston, Massachusetts 1998 [53]
ImprovBoston Major Professional Multiple Cambridge, Massachusetts 1982 [54]
Improv Everywhere Professional Guerrilla New York City, New York 2001 [55]
Improv for the People Professional Multiple Los Angeles, California 2009
Improv Hawaii Professional Multiple Honolulu, Hawaii 2012 [56]
Improvhi Professional Multiple Honolulu, Hawaii 2012 [56]
Improv Institute Professional Improvisational Chicago, Illinois 1983*
The Improv Shop Professional Improvisational Saint Louis, Missouri 2009 [57]
In Between The Lines Comedy Improv Troupe Collegiate Shortform Rochester, New York 1999 [58]
Jet City Improv Professional Multiple Seattle, Washington 1992 [59]
Just Add Water Collegiate Improvisational New Haven, Connecticut 1986 [60]
Just The Funny Professional Multiple Miami, Florida 1999 [61]
Laughing Matters Professional Shortform Atlanta, Georgia 1985 [62]
Lee County Flannel Club Collegiate Shortform Auburn, Alabama 2011 [63]
Leela Professional Multiple San Francisco, California 2003 [64]
The Lobby Professional Shortform Fullerton, California 2005 [65]
Madcap Theater Professional Shortform Westminster, Colorado 2006 [66]
Magnet Theater Major Professional Long-Form New York City, New York 2005 [67]
Monkey Business Institute Professional Shortform Madison, Wisconsin 2004 [68]
My Mother's Fleabag Collegiate Short-form Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 1980 [69]
The N Crowd Professional Shortform Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2005 [70]
The National Comedy Theatre Major Professional Shortform San Diego, California [71]
Odd Lot Improv Professional Shortform Savannah, Georgia 2010 [72]
On Thin Ice Collegiate Shortform Cambridge, Massachusetts 1984 [73]
Peoples Improv Theater Major Professional Multiple New York City, New York 2002 [74]
Philly Improv Theater (PHIT) Major Professional Multiple Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2005 [75]
The Playground Professional Long-form Chicago, Illinois 1997
Providence Improv Guild Professional Multiple Providence, Rhode Island 2013 [76]
The Purple Crayon of Yale Collegiate Long-form New Haven, Connecticut 1985 [77]
Sacramento Comedy Spot Major Professional Multiple Sacramento, California 2004 [78][79][80]
SAK Comedy Lab Professional Multiple Orlando, Florida 1991 [81]
The San Francisco Improv Alliance Professional Multiple San Francisco, California 2005
The San Francisco Improv Co-Operative Professional Multiple San Francisco, California 2000
San Francisco Improv Collective Professional Multiple San Francisco, California 2013 [82]
Sea Tea Improv Professional Multiple Hartford, Connecticut 2009 [83]
The Second City Major Professional Semi-improvisational Chicago, Illinois 1959 [84][85]
Second Nature Improv Collegiate Long-form Los Angeles, California 2002
SEE Saw Comedy Professional Multiple Sayville, NY 2006 [86]
Sick Puppies Comedy Professional Multiple Boca Raton, Florida 2012 [87]
Silverbacks Improv Theatre Professional Multiple Lafayette, Louisiana 2012 [88]
State Theatre Improv Fun Force Professional Multiple Eustis, FL 2015 [89]
Starla and Sons Collegiate Longform Providence, Rhode Island 2006 [90]
Steel City Improv Theater Professional Longform Pittsburgh, PA 2010 [91]
Syracuse Improv Collective Professional Multiple Syracuse, New York 2011 [92][93]
Theatre 99 Professional Multiple Charleston, South Carolina 2000 [94][95]
Theatre Strike Force Collegiate Multiple Gainesville, Florida 1989 [96]
Tucson Improv Movement Professional Multiple Tucson, Arizona 2012 [97]
The National Comedy Theatre Professional Multiple Phoenix, Arizona 2007 [98]

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Unexpected Company Professional Long-form Warwick, Rhode Island 2003 [99]
Unexpected Productions Professional Theatresports Seattle, Washington 1983 [100]
Under the Gun Theater Professional Multiple Chicago, Illinois 2014 [101]
The Un-Scripted Theater Company Professional Multiple San Francisco, California 2002
Upright Citizens Brigade Major Professional Multiple New York City, New York 1999
Vaudeville Performing Arts (Vaudeville Central Florida) Professional Short Form/Improvisational Orlando, Florida 2015 [102][103]
Washington Improv Theater Major Professional Long-form Washington, DC 1995 [104]
Whole World Theatre Professional Shortform Atlanta, Georgia 1994 [105]
Wing-It Productions Professional Multiple Seattle, Washington 1992 [59]
The Yale Ex!t Players Collegiate Short-form New Haven, Connecticut 1984 [106]
WHIP Comedy Improv Collegiate Multiple Westfield, Massachusetts 2012 [107]

*This group is no longer performing.

Improvisational theatre companies in the United Kingdom[edit]

Name Group Level Improv Type Location Date Established Reference
The Comedy Store Players Professional Improvisational London, England 1985
Spontaneous Theatre Company Professional Improvisational Bristol, England 2013
Shoot From The Hip! Professional Multiple London, England 2011 [108]
Men With Coconuts Professional Multiple Edinburgh, Scotland 2013 [109]
Improverts Collegiate Theatresports Edinburgh, Scotland 1989
The Oxford Imps Semi-Professional Improvisational Oxford, England 2003 [110]
Showstoppers Professional Musical Theatre London, England 2008 [111]
The Shrimps Collegiate Shortform Sheffield, England 2006 [112]
The Suggestibles Professional Improvisational Newcastle upon Tyne, England 2001 [113]
Shellshock! Collegiate Multiple Durham, England 2002 [114]
Hoopla Professional Multiple London, England 2006
Music Box Professional Longform London, England 2009
Do Not Adjust Your Stage Professional Longform London, England 2010 [115]
The Spontaneity Shop Professional Multiple London, England 1996
The Antics Collegiate Shortform Sheffield, England 2008 [116]
The Maydays Professional Longform Brighton, England 2003 [117]
To Be Continued... Professional Multiple Edinburgh, Scotland 2009 [118]
Upstairs Downton Professional Longform London, England 2012 [119]
CSz Manchester... Professional Multiple Manchester, England 2001 [120]
Monkey Toast Professional Multiple London, England 2013 [121]
The Free Association[122] Professional Multiple London, England 2014
The Nursery Professional Multiple London, England 2011
Austentatious Professional Longform London, England 2011
Mischief Theatre Professional Multiple London, England 2008
The School of Night Professional Esoteric / Poetic London, England 2005 Ken Campbell#The School of Night
Dogface Improv Semi-Professional Multiple Norwich, England 2015

Improvisational theatre companies in Australia[edit]

Name Group Level Improv Type Location Date Established Reference
The Improv Conspiracy Professional Longform Melbourne, Victoria 2012 [123][124]
The Sherbet Underground Improv Theatre Amateur Longform Brisbane, Queensland 2009 [125]
ImproMafia Amateur Multiple Brisbane, Queensland 2004 [126]
Edge Improv Amateur Multiple Brisbane, Queensland 2001 [127]
Improvactually Amateur Longform Sydney, New South Wales 2009 [128]
Ivan Chew - Improv Your Life Professional Multiple Sydney, New South Wales 2011 [129][130][131][132][133]

Improvisational theatre companies in other countries[edit]

Name Group Level Improv Type Location Date Established Reference
Yours Truly Theatre Professional Multiple Bangalore, India 2003 [101]
Stranger Things Have Happened Professional Multiple Groningen, Netherlands 2009 [134]
The Court Jesters Professional Multiple Christchurch, New Zealand 1989 [135]
Boom Chicago Professional Multiple Amsterdam, Netherlands 1993 [136]
Impromptu Professional Long-form Amsterdam, Netherlands 2002 [137]
IGLU Theatre Professional Multiple Ljubljana, Slovenia 2013 [138]
Narobov Professional Theatresports Ljubljana, Slovenia 2004
Tokyo Comedy Store Professional Multiple Tokyo, Japan 1994 [139]
Improvvisart Professional Multiple Lecce, Italia 2008
ImproBeirut Professional Multiple Beirut, Lebanon 2008 [140]
Improvtheater - Israel Professional Longform Tel-Aviv, Israel 2009 [141]
Foxy Freestyle Professional Longform Berlin, Germany 2007 [142]
Impro Brasil Professional Shortform Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2013 [143]
Théâtre de l'Oignon Professional Multiple Strasbourg, France 2003 [144]
Kinengkoy Comedy Express Professional Short & Longform Bacolod, Philippines 2000 [145]
Os Improváveis Professional Multiple Lisboa, Portugal 2008 [146]
Instantâneos Professional Multiple Lisboa, Portugal 2011 [147]
KurzFormChaos Amateur Multiple Darmstadt, Germany 2010 [148]
Zigzag Improv Geneva Amateur Multiple Geneva, Switzerland 2010 [149]
HELA Improv Amateur Multiple Ghent, Belgium 2016 [150]
Improfiel Amateur Short & Longform Leuven, Belgium 1999

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ A company is presumed noteworthy if it has received significant coverage in reliable sources that are independent of the company and satisfies the inclusion criteria for a stand-alone article.

External links[edit]

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