- Elements of theater elective (Kristen Schier)
- Improv Boost (Jay Flewelling)
- Clown for Improvisers (Pasghetti Hopital)
- Putting It All Together (After Party)
- Style Specific: Improvising in a World Somebody Else Created (Aden & Eric Nepom)
- Laser Focus Workshop (Chris Fair)
- Intro to Musical Improv (The Shrieking Harpies)
- Limitless Character (Dartanion London, Super Mega Art Show)
- Coming In (QueerProv)
- Tackling Your Improv Weaknesses Without Destroying Your Egos
Jet City Improv
saturday 2/15, 10:00pm at
About the Show
This show may contain adult language.
Whether you’ve been hooked since season one or you’ve watched it ironically, The Matchelorette is a love story for the ages. A human person deemed “eligible” will be named Matchelor or Matchelorette. They will be courted by dozens of suitors and eliminate them one by one, until The One is revealed. Each night is an entirely new season of your favorite trashy reality dating show, with fan favorites from seasons past making special appearances.
About the Group
Jet City Improv has created over 75 themed long-form improvised plays (such as this one) over the past 16 years. Additionally, since its formation in 1992, JCI has done over 3000 performances of its hit short-form improv show, and over 600 performances of its hit movie re-dubbing show Twisted Flicks. It also teaches improv classes, provides corporate trainings, and the jewel in its crown is its Outreach department, where we take improv shows to summer camp for kids experiencing a variety of ailments (at no charge to these camps) as well as provide improv classes for at-risk youth in Seattle all year round.
The Matchelorette was directed by Michael Draper and Kayla Teel in 2019, after being created by the ensemble in an extensive rehearsal process. It’s original run was March-April 2019, and is returning in March 2020 as Matchelor in Paradise.