Come check out some awesome improv comedy at Snow Goose in downtown Anchorage this Saturday night. Let’s salute America by having a laugh!!!
Saturday May 25th – 8:00pm
Snow Goose Theater
717 W 3rd Ave
Tickets are $10 at the door or online at
CenterTix.net , by calling 26-FARTS
Box Office at the door opens at 7:00 pm the night of the show.
For more information or groups of 10 or more call Scared Scriptless at 310-1973
Check out the event on facebook for the secret friend password and get $8.00 tickets.
You’ll come for the laughs… You’ll stay for the full bar.
ALASKA’S EPICENTER FOR ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND GREAT FOOD plays host to Scared Scriptless!
Saturday June 1st, 2013 at 7:00 pm!
Learn the essentials of improvisation while enriching your everyday life! This six week course will lead you through the basics and guidelines that will enable you to improvise on stage or off.
After all, what is life but improvisation!
Location: Snow Goose (Basement)
717 W 3rd Ave (Downtown Anchorage)
Date: Every Friday for 6 weeks
May 3rd through June 7th
Graduation performance (Optional) June 14th 8-9pm
These are the same ideas improvisers all over the world use – including those from Saturday Night Live, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Chicago’s Second City, LA’s The Groundlings, Theatersports and Comedysportz and Alaska’s longest running improv troupe, SCARED SCRIPTLESS!
Using discussion, exercises, and games, you will know what to do and how to do it when it comes to improvisation. Never feel out of place, without anything to say, or nervous about what to do next after you take this class. Let your mind go, and have some fun!
There is an optional Graduation performance with your classmates!!!
Class size is limited and will be closed when full.
Must be 16 or older to participate.
Please call Scared Scriptless Improv at 907.980.1983 with any questions and to register.
Cost is $100 for the full 6 week class including the graduation performance.
RSVP trough PayPal right now and secure your spot in the fun!
See you in the only class where acting out is encouraged and you are always right!