ComedySportz offers an array of games-based improvisation shows during the COVID-19 shutdown. On Fridays and Saturdays, 7:30 and 9:30 PM, Virtual ComedySportz features their classic format of two teams of improvisers, plus a ref. The audience can join with suggestions and vote for the winning team via Zoom. Every other Wednesday at 7 PM, beginning on April 8, the company performs Virtual Vino Veritas, pairing Susan Haarman and two storytellers, plus wine, to share some stories over Zoom. And for families with kids, ReCeSz runs noon-12:30 PM Mon-Fri, with ComedySportz training center instructors leading youngsters through games and a dance party to break up the daily routine. Through April 10 and then April 20-24, the company offers a virtual spring break "camp" for students 8-18, called "Camp Kah-Mah-Dee" and focused on improv games, scene and character work, and stand-up comedy. The camp fee is $100. All other content is free, but donations accepted.
Price: Free, but donations welcome