‘All My Exes Live in Sedona’ improv show with Zenprov Comedy at Mary Fisher

Zenprov Announces ‘All My Exes Live in Sedona’ Impromptu Show About Crazy Relationships Courtesy/Zenprov

This Memorial Day weekend, Sedona’s only Second City-trained impromptu group will bump into love, dating, and (hopefully) dysfunctional relationships that are now in the past, and old lovers. Let’s take a light-hearted look at what is like. A small town like Sedona. “All My Exes Live in Sedona” is a one-night-only performance on Saturday, May 27, at the Mary D. Fisher Theater beginning at 7:30 p.m. Zemplov’s comedy show can sell out, so order your tickets early. Tickets are $15.

“I work with improvisational theater companies all over the world, but Zemplov is one of my favorite companies,” said Jessica Mitro, associate artistic director of Chicago’s Second City. “Since 2020, I have had the privilege of guiding them through their Creative Renaissance. is.”

This show will be like any Zenprov Comedy ever. In one game, the troupe retells “Romeo and Juliet” from random perspectives, such as a plumber, a psychotherapist, a used-car salesman, and other characters suggested by the audience. The troupe will also present a 10-minute improvisational musical made on the spot. In “First Date,” a couple of audience volunteers tell the story of how they first met and fell in love, and the player recreates it. With the title “All My Exes Live in Sedona,” the troupe will perform scenes inspired by dates, polyamory, breakups, breakthroughs, and real-life love stories from the audience.

Zenprov Comedy is like an impromptu TV show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? But the troupe puts on both short, fast-paced improvisations and occasionally long-form Chicago-style improvisations. Unlike sketches and stand-up comedy, there is no rehearsal or script written in advance. All created on the spot based on your suggestions.

The troupe is known for harnessing the wealth of material they draw from living in a community steeped in spiritual quests, UFOs, vortexes, psychics, radical veganism, and endless roundabouts. Zenprov may have started in Sedona’s woo-woo culture, but their otherworldly performances are a constant stream of rock-solid improvisations, inventive satire, and truth hidden in great cosmic laughter. Based on quest.

The Zenprov Comedy Troupe consists of Derek Dujardin, Sheri Richards, Chris Reddish, Nathaniel Montgomery, Sean Cochrane, Betty Testa, Linda Romer and Mary Carder.

Please purchase your tickets early as this is a one-night-only performance and may sell out. Tickets are $15 and can be reserved at SedonaFilmFestival.com or at the box office. Beer, wine and snacks will be available at the venue.

WARNING: Because this show deals with relationships, it may contain adult material and may not be suitable for children or overly sensitive adults.

Visit ZenprovComedy.com to find out more and check out our upcoming event schedule.

The Mary D. Fisher Theater is located across from the Harkins Movie Theater (2030 St. Rt). 89A. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Performance time is approximately 90 minutes.

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