Improv comedians are a human breed originally formed from the tears of a vaudevillian and the psychoactive film on a tree frog's back. Breed your own comedy with today's deal: for $10, you get a ticket to see Hit and Run: Musical Improv plus two drinks, either house wine by the glass, a house well drink, or a bottled domestic beer, at Jazz at Jack's. Seating for each show is general admission and first-come first-served; be sure to arrive at least 30 minutes before the show to pick out a good seat and settle in with a drink.
While the modern stage musical averts catharsis through choreographed routines and spontaneous bouts of gang-singing that penetrate the fourth wall, Hit and Run lets you have your catharsis and eat your Brecht, too. With actually spontaneous acts of song and wit, the talented cast of professionally trained songsters and comediennes whips up a fully improvised musical with the help of a few audience suggestions. The talented laugh-masters at Hit and Run have a bevy of film and television credits that include National Treasure, Will & Grace, Monster-in-Law, and CSI: Miami. Each of their performances features catchy tunes, intricate harmonies, strange characters, dance numbers, and a storyline more satisfying than a Season 7 X-Files plot. Check out the comedy group's calendar for upcoming shows.
In addition to cracking a rib over the sharp batch of performers, you can further foster the laughs with the two drinks included with today's Groupon. The venue’s intimate confines give you an excuse to nestle close to a cute friend and indulge in an evening of shared knee-slapping and casual shoulder touches over drinks beneath the colorful saxophone mural. Discover why laughter is the best medicine and the worst legal defense with today’s Groupon to Jazz at Jack’s.
This Groupon is only valid for shows at Jazz at Jack's.
- How they shaped the songs and the story on the fly was amazing, especially when they had overlapping voices doing different parts of the musical numbers. – wepstein, Gazette blog
- It's been performance history ever since, with acceptance into improv festivals in Los Angeles, North Carolina, and, of course, Colorado. – Bryce Crawford, Colorado Springs Independent