No Languages Allowed!

In conjunction with Seeing Voices Montreal, we are excited to, once again, to present No Languages Allowed!

This exciting, exclusively silent improv show features Deaf performers from Seeing Voices Montreal, alongside players from Montreal Improv.

Join us for this guaranteed night of fun on Friday, January 25 at Montreal Improv.

ASL-Spoken English Interpretation provided.

Seeing Voices Montreal is a diverse group of volunteers ranging from native ASL users, native LSQ (Langue des signes québécoise) users, ASL students and other hard-working individuals from the Montréal D/Deaf* community.

No Languages Allowed at Montreal Improv
Friday, January 25 at 8:30pm
$10, or $8 for Montreal Improv students

La Machine

Un spectacle d'improvisation mettant en vedette des troupes de partout à Montréal. Tantôt des nouvelles troupes, tantôt des équipes expérimentées, c'est le terreau fertile de belles expériences !

Threepio

Another Threepio season is upon us, where each and every team will scratch and claw for one thing: your votes!

Join us for an evening of hilarious improv featuring three teams, with a variety of styles and formats.

Stay up to date on scores, standings and information on all of our teams at:
https://www.facebook.com/threepioimprov/

Threepio at Montreal Improv
Fridays at 10:00pm
$8, or free for Montreal Improv students

After This, We're Going To Tokyo (And Friends)

Bro. Bro. Prep the self-tanning now bro. Stockpile that Four Loko. Iron your brightest deep V tee. Improv trio After This, We're Going To Tokyo are back in town (and they're NOT ALONE).

It's a show so good, your skateboarding grandma will say "Is NAIIIICE" (which some people believe came from Borat, but bro listen, Tokyo said it first).

After This, We're Going To Tokyo (And Friends) at Le P'tit Impro
Saturday, January 26 at 8:00pm
3713 Boulevard St-Laurent
$8, or free for Montreal Improv students

Impro Chef

Vous apportez vos mots, les comédiens proposent des débuts d'histoire et vous n'avez plus qu'à choisir. Impro chef est inspiré du Cercle des menteurs, de Christian Sinniger.

Indie Night

It's Indie Night at Montreal Improv!

Indie Night is a longform improv show featuring some of Montreal's best teams, old and new. Witness a variety of styles and formats by players from all over the city!

Indie Night at Le P'tit Impro
Every Saturday at 9:30pm
3713 Boulevard St-Laurent
$5, or free for Montreal Improv students

Evelyn Waugh: The Wings of Memory

Evelyn Waugh is one of the 20th century’s great stylists and satirists. He blends darkness and light, the comic and the mood of 4 A.M. At times, he presents a flippant and absurd view of the human comedy (Decline and Fall, A Handful of Dust, Scoop, etc.). At times, he presents stories of spiritual growth and redemption (Edmund Campion, Brideshead Revisited, Sword of Honour, etc.). For one night only, a show drawing on Waugh’s writings and his life.

Featuring Le Gongue, a group that glides and crashes through the sky on Montreal’s linguistic winds, with all its swells and turbulence, as the bang of a gong lets them “get it on”, in the immortal words of T.Rex.

And featuring TOPS, a group which takes audiences on exhilarating joy rides. Their characters and relationships craft textured worlds. Prepare to laugh and be moved, all at the same time.

Edmund Coates will perform the texts from Waugh.

Le Gongue: Dominique Blain, Inga Knoth, Thierry Leblanc, François Messier, and Christopher Tyler

TOPS: Jordan McRae, Julie Santini, Adrianne Schoen, Britt Sivan, and Thomas Victorio

“Evelyn Waugh: The Wings of Memory” at Le P'tit Impro
3713 Saint-Laurent Boulevard
Sunday, 27 January at 8 P.M.
$7 (or free for Montreal Improv students)