- 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
About the Show
This show may contain adult language.
ZineScene is an improvised performance by Katy Nuttman, and Ian Schempp. In a reversal of traditional improv shows, the audience is given a suggestion, and must create a drawing, doodle, poem, or other visual art piece on an 8.5x11 piece of paper inspired by that performance’s theme. The art is then collected, used as a jumping off point for scenes performed on the spot, then compiled and published in the underground art form of a zine. While most improvisational performances are lauded for their impermanence, and the exclusivity of only reaching one audience, ZineScene strives to create something tangible that celebrates the necessary collaboration between audience and performer.
About the Group
Ian and Katy have been performing as ZineScene since 2016, but have been improvisors for much longer than that. Both of them are company members of Jet City Improv. Katy can also be seen performing with Scenic Detour in Everett, and serves as a high school theatre teacher and director in Auburn, WA. Ian also performs with Funbucket, Uncle Mike Ruins Christmas, The Gloomwhisper Entrancement, Phill and Ian's Radio Hour, Smuppets, and many more.