Venue Details

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Soter/Lee Theater
236 W. 78th Street New York, NY 10024
212-353-7716
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Whatever
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Parking is free and legal on Sunday nights and usually easy to find.
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Take the subway
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Casual
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Found a spot nearby
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7 ratings
4.6 average rating
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21 reviews
31 stars
attended Jan 01 2012

Great fun in the optional class before the show. Very tiny theater is a little tricky to find. Show was mostly clever and well paced, a few bits of the show fell flat but that happens sometimes in improv even with talented performers like these.

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14 reviews
2 stars
attended Jun 10 2012

If you want insights into the real work actors must do every time they step on stage, then this workshop is the best lesson money can buy! To have the opportunity to... continued

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10 reviews
4 stars
attended Sep 09 2012

A very funny, relaxed evening with very funny relaxed and talent comedians.

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Website

http://www.sundaynightimprov.com/node/287

Description

Sunday Night Improv is a “unique” (Time Out New York_), “wonderful” (Backstage_), “hilarious” (Newark Star-Ledger) comedy jam session — which began in 1992, and mixes and matches experienced improvisers from a wide variety of successful New York City improv troupes.

The fluctuating cast members are all alumni of – or current performers at – such groups/theater companies as Chicago City Limits, First Amendment, The Unusual Suspects, The PIT, and UCB Theater.

Regular performers include Tom Carrozza, Chris Griggs, Kurt Fitzpatrick, Miriam Sirota, Todd Cowdery, Larry Bell, Carl Kissin, Linda Hill, and Tom Soter as “The Emcee.”