Improv Asylum
Located in the heart of Boston's North End
216 Hanover Street, Boston, MA
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What Can We Help You With?

Customized Show for an event:

Hire Boston’s Best Comedy club to provide fast-paced high energy entertainment for your next corporate event, fundraiser, campus activity, association outing, or social event. MORE INFORMATION

Hands-on Corporate Training:

No more trust falls with Ted from Sales! Improv Asylum uses interactive improvisational techniques to break down the conventional barriers in corporate thinking by using the same techniques they use on stage to create their critically-acclaimed comedy. MORE INFORMATION

Keynote Speaking:

Have a large crowd to address? Let Improv Asylum’s co-owners Chet Harding and Norm Laviolette deliver their enteraining and engaging keynote address for your next corporate meeting or conference.  It's improv training for the masses! MORE INFORMATION

Private Workshops & Troupe Directing:

Hire Boston’s Best Comedy talent to train or direct your troupe. Private workshops are also a fun and unique option for school and/or youth groups, high school drama groups, association outings, and social events. MORE INFORMATION

Video Production:

Lights, camera, action!  Hire Improv Asylum to write, produce and edit your next video project.  No matter the size of the project, Improv Asylum’s video production team will deliver the highest quality product over and over again. MORE INFORMATION

“Yes, And . . .” we will do just about anything else: 

Think you have a task that only an improviser is fit for?  Don’t be shy! Reach out to Improv Asylum - we get unique requests all the time from wedding propsals to flash mobs.  Any special requests can be answered by Bryan Daley at  

You can bundle one or more of the options above.  Feel free to call our Corporate Office at 617.263.1300 for more information.

No More Group Hugs with Brad From Accounting

Adult Ed (Without Creepy Ed)