Welcome to our new Youth Improv Director Liane LeMaster and our new Youth Improv Troupe!
Act 3 Productions produces a wide variety of Improvisational Comedy between its two full time Improv Troupes. Available for these public events and for hire, there is an Improv Show at Act 3 for EVERY member of your family, from children experiencing theater for the first time to parents needing a fun night off.
Are you Team Astronaut Taylor or Team Cornelius? Act3 Youth Improv battles for control of the world and YOU decide the future of our planet. Saturday March 1st at 7PM. Tickets online or at the door. $8 seniors/students; $12 adults.
A band of hilarious young comics, ranging in age from 12 to 18, serves up the best family-friendly improv in the Atlanta area. Enthusiastic audience participation is encouraged, so their shows are a great way to introduce young children to live theater. Bring the whole family!
Contact for Youth Improv: Liane LeMaster
Stick around for the Banshee show (PG 13) at 9! All tickets $10.
We hit hard. We also improvise.
Discovered in the heart of December 2011, BANSHEE Improv contains a conglomeration of improvisors from the Atlanta area.
Wikipedia claims that Banshees appear most commonly as "ugly, frightening hags" or "stunningly beautiful women." We are proud to say, we can play both.
Come watch us punch improv in the face (lovingly)!
Contact for Banshee Improv: Ian Custar
2014—May 10, June 7, July 26, Youth Troupe 7pm, Banshee 9pm
Have a corporate or private party coming up? Our troupes are available to entertain your guests! Contact Michelle.email@example.com
BANSHEE features local professional improvisers that have performed from LA to Chicago to New York in such prestigious theaters as the Upright Citizens Brigade, iO, and Second City. Locally, they can be seen headlining Act 3’s Improv Program or around the city at Dad’s Garage Theatre Co, Relapse Comedy Theatre, and The Basement Theatre.
The Youth Improv Troupe is comprised of talented young improvisers, aged 11 – 18, representing many different middle and high schools around the area including Georgia Cyber Academy, Walton High School, among others.
Liane LeMaster graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in Theater/ Communications and was a founding company member and Literary Manager for the award-winning Amicus Theater. In Chicago, she worked at the Organic, A Red Orchid, Talisman, and Bailiwick Repertory, and was a regular performer at ComedySportz in both long and short-form improvisation. She moved to Atlanta in 1995 and completed her MFA at Georgia State University, where she was awarded the Paul Bowles Fellowship for Creative Writing. Her short stories have been widely published in literary journals (Porter Fleming Award; Pushcart Prize and New Millennium Nominations). She teaches composition and literature at Georgia Perimeter College and has been a director and youth improv teacher for community and school theaters in the Atlanta area for the past five years.