Sea Tea Improv's Longform Showcase is a comedy show at The Studio at Billings Forge in Hartford, right next door to the Firebox restaurant. Every month's show is like a miniature improv festival!
Tickets are just $10!
Laugh with Sea Tea Improv, a guest group, and a mixed group of area improvisers as they perform different kinds of *longform* improv comedy!
What's *longform* improv comedy? It's the styles of improv comedy made popular in Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, New York and other big cities where a single suggestion or story from the audience can become a 15-30 minute improvised comedy, created right before your eyes!
Friday, January 23 - a mixed group and The Midy Zevlin from Boston!
Friday, February 20 - a mixed group and My Privacy from NYC!
Friday, March 20 - a mixed group and Not Doctors from Boston!
Friday, April 17 - a mixed group and Future Wives from NYC!
Friday, June 19 - a mixed group and From Justin to Kelly from NYC!
- Upright Citizens Brigade TourCo
- Pam Victor, Sasha Goldberg, and Will Luera
- The Brothers Hines
- Colin McEnroe
- Autumn & Summar Spring into Winter
- UConn's Horse Lincoln
- Tick Tick BOOM!
- Tiny Dictator
- Fart Police
- Nobody's Token
- The Whale and The Porpoise
- Providence Pipes
- Spoiled Space Monkeys
- Renee DiNino
- The Great Make Believe Society
- Kevin Scott
- The Sticks Improv
- Franklin's Peaches
- Fake Fake Monkey
- Home Brew
- The Purple Crayon of Yale
When & Where
Sea Tea Improv
Sea Tea Improv officially burst onto the comedy scene on April Fool’s Day, 2009, and hasn’t sat down since. The troupe of ten players, professionally trained by Hartford Stage Company and the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York, dazzles Hartford and beyond on a regular basis with their witty, raucous interpretations of audience suggestions. Sea Tea Improv spins your weirdest and wildest thoughts into the kinds of scenes, games, and songs you’ve seen on Whose Line is it Anyway?, Wild n’ Out, and Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza. Every Sea Tea Improv show is invented entirely on the spot, so no two shows are ever the same.