Improv For Play: Totally Made Up Comedy Show Theater & Media Arts


Improv For Play: Totally Made Up Comedy Show

Type: Performance
Art Form: Theater & Media Arts
Grade Level: K-12
Scheduling Request

Winner of the Nickelodeon award for Best Children’s Theater, ImprovBoston dishes out the laughs to audiences of all ages. This improv and music extravaganza is completely made up on the spot and highly interactive, featuring many opportunities for students to take the stage alongside the cast of professional improvisers. Never the same show twice, schools bring ImprovBoston back year after year. If you’re looking for the best creative, inspiring, engaging and hilarious entertainment in New England, experience why ImprovBoston has been at the center of the comedy map for over 35 years.

Program available in person, or live online.

Length: 45-60 Minutes
Audience Limit: 250
Curriculum Connection: 21st Century Skills, Theater Arts

Single Performance: $1,150
Additional Performances: $920
Travel: $100 per day
Pricing may vary for weekends/out-of-school time
Processing Fee of $30 added to all contracts


If required audio equipment cannot be provided, the artist can bring their own for an added fee of $50/day.


  • 2 reserved parking spaces
  • 4 chairs
  • Water for 4 performers
  • Lunch if staying all day (school lunch is acceptable)
  • 4 Lavalier (preferred) or handheld mics, Sound system. If these cannot be provided, the artist can bring audio equipment with an added fee of $50/day.

Performance Space:

  • Enough room for four performers to move around free of obstacles, set pieces, etc.
  • Ample lighting (front lighting) to illuminate actors anywhere on stage. If a raised stage, safe and easily accessible stairs leading from audience to stage.
  • Minimum stage area dimensions: 10 feet wide by 6 feet deep.

Arrival time before first performance: 45 minutes

Strike time: 15 minutes

Time needed between performances: 15 minutes minimum, 30 preferred

Outdoors: Sound system if available. If not, please inform AFLMA. 

Teachers are expected to model appropriate audience behavior for students.

Please introduce the performers as an Arts for Learning Massachusetts ensemble.


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