From some of the biggest movers and shakers in the Austin improv scene comes the troupe, Parliament. Made up of veterans of improv, film, theater, music, sketch, standup and even puppeteering, Parliament delivers a wildly fast, smart, and high-energy show that promises an entirely different show every time. Not locked to one set style, members of Parliament never know what kind of show they will be getting into until the moment the show starts.
Parliament is Aaron Walther, Rob Gagnon, Chadwick Smith, Megan Simon, Lisa Friedrich, and Jeff Whitaker.
Super Computer of the New Movement is one of New Orleans' favorite improv groups. The group's members have been seen doing comedy around the country in various capacities (Funny or Die, Chicago SketchFest, San Francisco SketchFest, Hell Yes Fest, dinner). Nothing, however, compares to the absurdity that occurs when they are together. Don't miss Super Computer's fast-paced, bizarre, and skillful brand of improv.
$7 online/$10 door
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
We can't sell alcohol at our venues, so it's BYOB. However, if the event states that we're giving out free booze (which sometimes happens), you'll have to show a 21+ ID to get in the doors.
What is the refund policy?
If you buy an online ticket, you should arrive 30 min before the start of the show to guarantee getting a seat because we also sell tickets at the door and usually have a crowd waiting for no-show seats. If you don't arrive at least 10 min before the show, your seats could be given out to people on our waiting list, and if that happens, you will not be entitled to a refund since we don't offer refunds after the show has started.
When & Where
The New Movement-NOLA