Improv Asylum
Located in the heart of Boston's North End
216 Hanover Street, Boston, MA
617.263.NUTS
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Private College & School Shows



If you’re tired of the same R-Rated hypnotist performing at your school and you don’t want to take ANOTHER field trip to ANOTHER boring museum, let Improv Asylum show you the light with a unique, customizable show tailored specifically to your school!

Our private performances are a unique and refreshing breath of fresh-air from the typical school event.  With your help, we customize each show to your school.  You provide us with a rating and some background information, and we’ll provide you with a hilarious, high-energy show!  Our show consists of short scenes that are improvised on the spot through audience-based suggestions and a packet of information you provide us with before the show. 

Shows can be held at our 200 seat theater in the North End, or we can come to you!  We will travel anywhere in the country to give you the school event you deserve!  Improv Asylum has performed for middle schools, high schools and colleges all around the country, so there’s no limit to what we can do!  Call Mary at 617.263.1300 x317 today, or fill out an inquiry form!  We’re excited to talk to you! 


Schools we have performed for...





Boston University



Colby Sawyer College



Edward Devotion School



Fisher College



Framingham State University



Greenwich Academy



Hanover High School



Hanson Middle School



Lasell College



Lesley University



Lexington High School



Lowell Catholic High School



Lyndon State University



Marywood University



Merrimack College



Mitchelle Elementary School



Northeastern University



Plymouth State University



Regis College



Resiliency Prep



Roger Williams University



Scituate High School



Springfield College



St. Joseph’s College



Stonehill University



Suffolk University



University of Maine
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