Mission Improvable: Time Capsule
As part of her farewell show from UMass Amherst's premier improv team, Mission:IMPROVable, Natalie "Hollywood" Baseman (Maxitor, The Dowry) created a time capsule with the audience to be opened five years later. This is the unavailing.
Part reunion, part time travel. Join ImprovBoston cast members Natalie "Hollywood" Baseman, Pat "The Emperor" Parhiala, Misch "Tornado" Whitaker, Shannon "Diesel" Connolly along with other rock star alumni of UMass Amherst's Mission:IMPROVable for a improv show straight out of Herter 231 (that's a UMass lecture hall). After a throwback Mission:IMPROVable show (whistles and music included), Natalie will open the time capsule she built with the audience at her farewell show in May 2008. What's inside could only be described as embarrassing, emotional, and hilarious.
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For over 30 years, ImprovBoston has been New England's leading theater and school dedicated to the art of comedy in all its forms. Voted "Best of Boston" by The Phoenix, The Improper Bostonian, and The Weekly Dig, ImprovBoston performers, teachers and students have included film stars, Emmy Award winning comedians, and acclaimed producers, directors, musicians and writers. ImprovBoston alumni are featured on The Daily Show, America's Got Talent, Funniest Wins, Real Time with Bill Maher, Last Comic Standing and John Oliver's Last Week Tonight to name a few. In 2014, the Independent Reviewers of New England honored ImprovBoston with an award recognizing its longstanding contributions to the Boston theater community. As a nonprofit arts organization, ImprovBoston serves the community through laughter with youth outreach programs, workshops for businesses, scholarships, a national touring company and of course performances at its theater complex in Central Square, Cambridge.