Improv Asylum has decided to suspend all operations for the month of March. While it is obviously a difficult decision to have to make, the unprecedented crisis we are all facing requires that we all do our part to ensure that we, as a society, get through this as fast as possible. We hope to re-open in April, but regardless as to when we re-open, we WILL be back.
Humor has the capacity to bring people together in a way few other things can. We laugh when we are happy, sad, scared, and especially when people trip. Someone tripping is always funny (barring injury, of course!). We hope you will find a way to laugh and find humor in all situations, even when it seems like there are none to be had. When things are going well, we want to laugh. When things are difficult we NEED to laugh. While we won’t be able to entertain you live for a little while, we are exploring ways to create content you can enjoy remotely. We will let you know where you can find us online when we have something to show you.
Until then, and until we can all get together in our theaters and clubs and breath a collective sigh of “Holy shit, that was something, huh?’ stay safe and healthy, take care of each other, and pray to whatever gods you pray to for the health and well being of Tom Hanks. As he goes, so goes humanity.
Ticket holders for upcoming performances will be contacted directly via email by our box office in the event that the performance has been canceled or postponed to a later date. Refunds will be issued for ticket holders that would prefer that option. ⠀
Questions regarding refunds or exchanges for canceled events can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. We can assure you that all requests will be met, but we ask for your patience as we are currently experiencing an increased volume of incoming communication due to recent events.
We appreciate your patience and understanding during these extraordinary times and look forward to welcoming you back in the near future. Please stay safe and thank you for your support.⠀