DITKA: Classic Longform Improv Group at Improv Asylum
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The last date listed for Improv Group DITKA was Friday November 14, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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Whose Line is it Anyway? meets Saturday Night Live at sketch and improv comedy theater Improv Asylum, located in the heart of the North End. Improv Asylum introduces its newest matinee show, Afternoon Delight, featuring actors from the Main Stage cast along with alumni and NXT company actors in a hilarious fully improvised two-act show. It's an interactive experience that's different every time, brought to you by the group that's been featured on HBO and has performed at top festivals nationwide. Learn More
DITKA is longform improvisation inspired by Chicago’s favorite coach. DITKA cast members and Second City alumni Frank Caeti, Brian Gallivan (Improv Asylum alum), Maribeth Monroe and Marc Warzecha are excited to bring their unique form of smashmouth improv to Boston. As alumni of The Second City Mainstage and ETC in Chicago, the DITKA cast was collectively a part of 14 resident revues at Second City. Since moving to Los Angeles, DITKA’s cast members have been featured on MAD TV, NBC’s Thank God You’re Here, Reno 911, ABC’s According to Jim, and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Living in L.A. but maintaining a love for Chicago, DITKA wanted to form an improv group that would not only showcase their abilities at longform improvisation, but that would also have a name and brand that was keenly Midwest. Mike Ditka, winning coach of Chicago football, seemed a logical inspiration. After brainstorming improvisational formats and discovering a plethora of Mike Ditka quotes that were too hilarious to ignore, (“If God had intended man to play soccer, he wouldn’t of given us arms.”), DITKA’s longform was born.
Simple but effective, a DITKA show begins with a quote from Mike Ditka being read aloud to the audience. Inspired by that quote, an audience member gives DITKA a suggestion. From there, DITKA performs 45 minutes of long-form improvisation that might not have anything to do with the football legend himself, but couldn’t have been done without him. DITKA is thrilled to be performing in Boston, which they consider to be the “Chicago of Massachusetts.” Go Bears!
About the Ticket Supplier: Improv AsylumImprov Asylum is a comedy theater that features improvisation and sketch comedy. They have been described as Whose Line Is It Anyway? meets Saturday Night Live! Founded in 1998, Improv Asylum has performed more than 3,500 shows, for over 500,000 people. They have been featured on HBO, and have performed in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Austin, Aspen and other cities throughout the country. Improv Asylum strives to provide the best comedic theater experience.
Improv Asylum is located in the heart of the North End, within short walking distance from Faneuil Hall and is easily accessible via public transportation.