NEW YORK CITY–What started as an experimental long-form improv comedy show has turned into a weekly mainstay at New York’s famed Broadway Comedy Club.
The Exuberants Improv Comedy Team, with its show “All-American Improv Comedy,” has gone from completely unknown to, well, less unknown. They have shared the bill with several other local groups from places like UCB, The PIT, and The Magnet. The team uses multiple long-form improv formats with names like “The Roast Carrot” or “Your Life Improvised” which involve audience suggestions or an audience interview. They also do a lyric-inspired show where they do scenes based off of a musical guest’s songs.
Guests who are ready to take a chance on a fresh, energetic group of young improv comedians can find them every Sunday night at 6 P.M. at Manhattan’s Broadway Comedy Club, 318 W. 53rd St, New York, NY. The anniversary celebration show will be April 14, 2019.
Nothing in the movies is sacred when The Exuberants Improv Comedy Team perform their improvised double feature every Sunday at 6 PM in NYC at Times Square’s Broadway Comedy Club.
October 9, 2018
Broadway Comedy Club has long been a destination for anyone interested in checking out the top undiscovered improv comedians in New York City. One of the most unique groups to hit the scene is The Exuberants Improv Comedy Team with their improvised romantic comedies and biopics. The crew (of UCB, Magnet, and PIT-trained improvisers) spoofs two films each night. Targets might be a rom-com like “50 First Dates” or a biopic such as “Walk the Line.” The comedy show is every Sunday at 6 PM at Broadway Comedy Club. Every show is different, representing true improv comedy in action. Few, if any, leave disappointed.
“We put our all into our show, make no doubt improv comedy is our absolute passion,” commented The Exuberants Improv Comedy Team’s Artistic Director, Sean A. Mulvihill. “Come by and check out our Sunday show and expect to have some real laughs as we poke fun at some of Hollywood’s most recognizable tropes.”
Special packages are available for group events and are appropriate for everything from parties to company staff building outings. The Exuberants Improv Comedy Team are more than happy to specially design an event, with interested parties just needing to reach out and get in touch. They can even come on location.
The standard VIP Party Pack even includes all-you-can-eat and drink for the entire group.
Feedback from attendees has been passionate.
Nomi B., recently said in a five-star review, “I thoroughly enjoyed the Exuberant Improve Comedy Troupe. They were funny, spontaneous, and innovative. Definitely worth experiencing.”
For more information be sure to visit http://exubs.com or call Sean at 917-907-2537. The Exuberants Improv Comedy Team performs every Sunday at 6pm at Broadway Comedy Club, 318 W. 53rd St, New York, NY 10019.
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Maranda Rossi is so excited to be a part of The Exuberants! Maranda was born and raised in Ohio, and later received her BFA in Musical Theatre from The Shenandoah Conservatory. Maranda also loves to improvise with The Murder Mystery Company, and Improv4kids. Maranda is best known for her role as a cat mom on her instagram @marandaequality, but her other notable roles include A Forever Frozen Story Intl tour ( Snow Queen), Beauty and the Beast (Belle), Reefer Madness ( Mary Lane), She Loves Me (Amalia), and South Pacific ( Nellie).
Kristin McGuire is originally from Chicago and has been moving between LA and NYC for the past couple years pursuing acting and comedy. She is a student at Upright Citizens Brigade and performs improv and stand-up all over the city. Kristin has appeared on Royal Pains and many independent films and has performed voice-over on the television shows Master of None, Search Party, Bull, Instinct, The Last OG and many more. Kristin is also a musician and singer; she plays ukulele, violin, and piano and dances at Broadway Dance Center. Check out her website: kristin-mcguire.com or on social media: wheezymcg.
Greg Hudson grew up in a very safe, very rich suburb by Portland, Oregon. He fell in love with improv in Madison, Wisconsin whilst hungover on a Sunday morning and in desperate need of friends. He improvised with Atlas Improv Company there before moving to New York City to attend the Atlantic Acting School and the Magnet Theater training programs. He now improvises with the Exuberants. To see pretty pictures of Greg, go to greghudsonactor.com.
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In both settings, you’re probably going to meet with failure from time to time. But, in business just as with comedy, how you learn from those failures can be the difference between succeeding in the future and going through the same old motions you’ve always known.
Watch the video clip at the web address below as Entrepreneur Network partner Kate Volman and improv comedian Anthony Francis explain how you can use improv strategies when building your business.”