New York City’s Longest Running Improv Show
Sunday Night Improv
Every Sunday at 6pm.
Attend the 4:30 to 5:30pm class on Sundays & see the show for free!
Admission is $10.
Located at the STANDUP NY COMEDY CLUB- 236 West 78th Street, New York, NY 10024
Stand Up NY
Improvised Comedy Jams
PLEASE BE ADVISED: Sunday Night Improv is no longer a going concern, since the untimely death of our host and impressario, Tom Soter, in 2020.
This site remains as a memorial to his work.
BORED? WANT TO GET OUT OF THE HOUSE AND DO SOMETHING FUN BUT YOU’RE WORRIED ABOUT DYING?
DON’T WORRY! BE HAPPY! YOU CAN HAVE FUN WITHOUT LEAVING THE SAFETY OF YOUR HOME.
Join the fun at TOM SOTER’S ONLINE IMPROV CLASS.
CREATE SCENES AND STORIES ON THE SPOT, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF AWARD-WINNING IMPROVISER Tom Soter, LONGTIME HOST OF SUNDAY NIGHT IMPROV!
- CLASSES: MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY.
- $15 A CLASS OR $30 FOR 3 CONSECUTIVE CLASSES
- Contact me at email@example.com AND I’LL GIVE YOU THE ONLINE LINK.
JOIN US! AND THERE’S NO WAITING FOR THE BUS!
While you’re waiting for the return to the stage of Sunday Night Improv, join us for SNI ONLINE coming in July.
It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before!
Now Accepting Payments via PayPal: paypal.me/tomsoter
IMPROV FOR EVERYONE ONLINE
Want to get out but you’re scared you may run into Donald (“It’s incredible”) Trump?
How about a little improv to clear the cobwebs of your brain?
Faster (well, almost) than you can say “Yes and” you can be improvising in my class!
Class description: Improv veteran Tom Soter, co-author (with Carol Schindler) of A DOCTOR & A PLUMBER IN A ROWBOAT: THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO IMPROVOISATION, takes his long-running improv class to the web. In a supportive environment, students learn how to tap into their imagination, creating characters, delivering self-made monologs, and telling and performing in stories.
“Tom is a great teacher who knows his stuff!” — Mike Bencivenga, playwright, filmmaker, and member of THE CHAINSAW BOYS.
When: Mon, Wed, and Fri, 7-9 PM
Carol Schindler Intensive
CAROL SCHINDLER CLASS
Upcoming Class Dates:
Saturday, April 4th, 2020- POSTPONED
Please be advised: Carol’s classes are currently on hiatus due to the COVID19 pandemic.
Please check back for updates.
All Classes are from 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Location: Studios 353
353 W. 48th Street
New York, New York 10036
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space in the class
Improv is the art form that everyone can do. Curious? Read on!
SUNDAY NIGHT IMPROV
A “unique” (Time Out New York), “wonderful” (Backstage), “hilarious” (Newark Star-Ledger) comedy jam session – continues its run of Sunday performances on the Upper West Side at the StandUp NY Comedy Club at 236 West 78th Street, just off Broadway, every Sunday at 6pm. Admission is $10. Reservations: 212-353-7716.
The “jam,” which began in 1993, 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, Ian Prior, Carl Kissin, Rosemary Hyziak, Todd Cowdery, Amy Wilkinson, Larry Bell, Camille Theobold, Alex Berkowitz, and Tom Soter as “The Emcee.”
We offer workshops every Sunday afternoon from 4:30-5:30pm
Classes & Workshops
IMPROV AT STAND-UP NEW YORK
An ongoing drop-in class, for anyone who wants a quick tour of the improv world. The class is for all levels. Cost includes admission to Sunday Night Improv comedy jam that evening, from 6-7pm
Fee: $10 per class; fee includes ticket to performance of Sunday Night Improv
Instructor: Tom Soter
IMPROV FOR EVERYONE
An ongoing drop-in class, focusing on how to create improvised scenes and stories. Students are taught the basics of good scene work in a supportive environment.
Time: Monday, 7-9pm
Location: Studio 150, 150 W. 46th Street 6th floor
Fee: $30 per class; $270 for ten classes
Instructor: Tom Soter
We also offer corporate workshops.
Call/e-mail for more information.
Learning how to say “yes and” changed my life. Too often, we are not given permission to be creative, whether it’s at work – when a colleague shoots down a half-formed idea rather than building on it – or at home – where you may find you’re battling with your spouse...