LVIP KICKS OFF THE “SUMMER OF LAUGHS” WITH SHOW ON JUNE 20

The Las Vegas Improvisation Players kicks off its summer schedule of improvised music and comedy shows with a brand new performance on Saturday, June 20 at 7:00pm. The “all new, every time” comedy improv show is hosted at the American Heritage Academy, located at 6126 South Sandhill Road in Las Vegas. Tickets are only $10 and available for purchase at the door which opens at 6:40 p.m.

 

As one of the area’s longest running improv troupes, the Las Vegas Improvisation Players have provided quick-witted, spur-of-the-moment comedy to thousands of Las Vegas valley residents over the years. Inspired by suggestions from the audience, the troupe creates on the spot hilarious new scenes, songs and poems in a format similar to the popular TV program “Whose Line is it Anyway?”  Keeping the comedy swift, fun and clean, these shows provide an enjoyable and suitable evening for the whole family.

 

Special Note: The Las Vegas Improvisation Players is not affiliated with the American Heritage Academy.IMG_3906

LVIP CELEBRATES 14 YEARS OF “MAKING FUNNY OUT OF NOTHING” ON FEBRUARY 21

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The Las Vegas Improvisation Players celebrates its 14 years of offering up “clean-burning” improvised comedy shows to the greater Las Vegas community with a anniversary show on Saturday, February 21. The show will be held at the American Heritage Academy, located at 6126 South Sandhill Road in Las Vegas. Show begins at 7:00pm and tickets are only $10. Ticket purchase is available at the door which opens at 6:40 p.m.

As one of the area’s longest running improv troupes, the Las Vegas Improvisation Players have provided quick-witted, spur-of-the-moment comedy to thousands of Las Vegas valley residents over the years. Inspired by suggestions from the audience, the troupe creates on the spot hilarious new scenes, songs and poems in a format similar to the popular TV program “Whose Line is it Anyway?”  Keeping the comedy swift, fun and clean, these shows provide an enjoyable and suitable evening for the whole family.

LOL for PB&J- COMEDY SHOW BENEFITING HELPING HANDS OF VEGAS VALLEY ON SEPTEMBER 20

LOL for PB&J- COMEDY SHOW BENEFITING HELPING HANDS OF VEGAS VALLEY ON SEPTEMBER 20

Free admission with donation of peanut butter and/or jelly in a 20oz or less plastic container.

Proceeds aid community’s senior citizens

The Las Vegas Improvisation Players will host a comedy improv show benefiting the Helping Hands of Vegas Valley- a non-profit organization dedicated to serving our community’s senior citizens. The “all new, every time” comedy and music show will be held on Saturday, September 20 at 7:00pm inside the American Heritage Academy, located at 6126 South Sandhill Road. Show time is 7:00pm with doors opening at 6:40 p.m.

A donation of peanut butter and/or jelly in a 20oz or less plastic container gains free admission to the show.  Tickets can still be purchased for $10 each with a special discount of 2 for 1 if you mention “Helping Hands.”

All food items and proceeds collected at the show will go to the Helping Hands of Vegas Valley food pantry and its mission of providing free, assistive services to senior citizens in Southern Nevada. The work and service they perform allows our community’s senior citizens to maintain their dignity and independence while improving health and daily living.

Inspired by suggestions from the audience, the Las Vegas Improvisation Players create on the spot hilarious new scenes, songs and poems in a format similar to the popular TV program “Whose Line is it Anyway?”  Keeping the comedy swift, fun and clean, these shows provide an enjoyable evening for the whole family.

Special Note: The Las Vegas Improvisation Players is not affiliated with the American Heritage Academy.

CELEBRATE NATIONAL HUMOR MONTH WITH LVIP

CELEBRATE NATIONAL HUMOR MONTH WITH THE LAS VEGAS IMPROVISATION PLAYERS

 Troupe performs new show on Saturday, April 19 at 7:00 p.m.

It’s no joke. April is National Humor Month and the Las Vegas Improvisation Players are celebrating it with a brand new show of hilarious improvised comedy and music. The “all new, every time” comedy improv show will be on Saturday, April 19 at 7:00 p.m. at the American Heritage Academy, located at 6126 South Sandhill Road in Las Vegas. Tickets are only $10 and available for purchase at the door which opens at 6:40 p.m.

As one of the area’s longest running improv troupes, the Las Vegas Improvisation Players have provided quick-witted, spur-of-the-moment comedy to thousands of Las Vegas valley residents over the years. Inspired by suggestions from the audience, the troupe creates on the spot hilarious new scenes, songs and poems in a format similar to the popular TV program “Whose Line is it Anyway?”  Keeping the comedy swift, fun and clean, these shows provide an enjoyable and suitable evening for the whole family.

 

COMEDY SHOW BENEFITING HELPING HANDS OF VEGAS VALLEY ON JUNE 22

COMEDY SHOW BENEFITING HELPING HANDS OF VEGAS VALLEY ON JUNE 22

Free admission with donation of a non-perishable food item.

Proceeds aid community’s senior citizens

The Las Vegas Improvisation Players will host a comedy improv show benefiting the Helping Hands of Vegas Valley- a non-profit organization dedicated to serving our community’s senior citizens. The “all new, every time” comedy and music show will be held on Saturday, June 22 at 7:00pm inside the American Heritage Academy, located at 6126 South Sandhill Road. A donation of a non-perishable food item gains admission to the show.  Show time is 7:00pm with doors opening at 6:40 p.m.

All food items and proceeds collected at the show will go to the Helping Hands of Vegas Valley food pantry and its mission of providing free, assistive services to senior citizens in Southern Nevada. The work and service they perform allows our community’s senior citizens to maintain their dignity and independence while improving health and daily living.

Inspired by suggestions from the audience, the Las Vegas Improvisation Players create on the spot hilarious new scenes, songs and poems in a format similar to the popular TV program “Whose Line is it Anyway?”  Keeping the comedy swift, fun and clean, these shows provide an enjoyable evening for the whole family.

Here is the food item list were prefer to receive:

Canned soup

Canned tuna, chicken, turkey, sardines, roast beef, etc.

Canned vegetables

Canned fruit

Plastic jar Peanut Butter

Boxed Macaroni & cheese

Boxed or bagged pasta

Canned or Plastic jar pasta sauce

Canned meats, ravioli, chili, stew, spaghetti, etc.

Boxed cereal, oatmeal, or instant oatmeal

Boxed saltine crackers