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Improvathon 2021 Registration and FAQs!

Improvisers at HUGE Improv Theater are taking the stage — and not giving it back for 28 hours — to raise money for this non-profit, artist-led improvisational theater. It’s a one-of-a-kind fundraising barnstorm that coincides with Give to the Max Day, November 18, an annual event when Minnesotans display their generosity by celebrating and donating to local nonprofits through GiveMN.org. This year, as HUGE builds back after 15 months of COVID closure, this event is more important than ever.

Are you a performer or community member wanting to know more?
Check out this video of our Sept 23 kick-off meeting!


REGISTRATION

Improv Performance Request: https://hugetheater.formstack.com/forms/iat2021reg
Due by Oct 24.


COVID PROTOCOLS

Improvathon will follow all of HUGE Theater’s standard COVID-related policies. These include:

  • All individuals entering the building must show proof of full vaccination – this includes staff, volunteers, audience, and performers.
  • Anyone in the building must be properly masked at all times, with the exception of performers backstage and on-stage.
  • Our seating capacity will be capped at 75%.

IRON AUDIENCE

Every year there has been an in-person Improvathon, we have had an “Iron Audience” that commits to staying at the Theater for the entire duration of the event to watch shows. These intrepid souls are a treasured part of the Improvathon experience. For the sake of COVID safety, we are delaying until mid-October the decision on whether to have an Iron Audience on-site, have an online-only Iron Audience, or a mix of both. Stay tuned for more details!


GENERAL FAQ

What is the schedule?
Starts: Wednesday, November 17 at 8:00PM
Ends: Thursday, November 18 at 11:59PM
Performances will take the stage in 20-30 minute blocks, throughout.

So that’s it? 28-hours of improv and fundraising?
Basically! But it ends up being much more. It is a chance for the larger community – students, performers and audience — to get together. In years past, Improvathon has been the impetus for brand new groups to form. It is also an important opportunity for many students and performers to get on stage and show their friends and family – inside and outside the Twin Cities — why improv and HUGE are important to them.

Why does HUGE schedule this to coincide with GiveMN.org’s Give to the Max Day?
Give to the Max Day (GTMD) is an important arts and nonprofit awareness tool that makes a big impact statewide. By participating in GTMD, we are part of a much larger event, and are supporting fellow Minnesota nonprofits.

In addition, HUGE will be eligible to win an extra $500 – $10,000 based on incentives from GiveMN.

2021 Prizes include:

  • $500 Golden Tickets every 15 minutes
  • Hourly $1000 Golden Tickets
  • Two “Power Hour” challenges – each worth $6,000
  • $500 Early Giving Tickets, daily starting Nov 1
  • The final $10,000 Super-size Golden Ticket!

Every donation of $5+ through GiveMN on GTMD is an entry to win those prizes.

What are some easy ways I can participate?

Come watch some shows – Bonus points if you make a donation to HUGE via GiveMN.org at home and then bring a printout to HUGE. $10 suggested donation, stay for as long as you’d like!

Volunteer – We’ll need 30 hours of box officers, tech booth operators, help with food, general tidying, massage therapists (?), you name it! A volunteer sign-up sheet will be posted soon.

Encourage people to contribute before they come to the theater – Our goal is to get donors to donate online and bring a printout w/ them to HUGE. It’s faster/easier for them and for the box office.

Offer or find a Matching Grant – GiveMN has piles of research that says projects with Matching Grants receive more donations. A Matching Grant can be as small as $100 to be effective. Contact butch at hugetheater dot com if you’re interested.

Donate! – Back one or more teams of your choosing, don’t be shy.

Spread the word– Word of mouth is incredibly important to HUGE, not only for Improvathon, but for all our shows. If you haven’t reviewed HUGE on Google, consider doing that. Sincere, great reviews are among the most valuable gifts you can give.


FAQ FOR IMPROV PERFORMERS

How many performance slots are there, and how do I sign up?
There are approximately 42 timeslots available. The link to the form to request a performance time is: https://hugetheater.formstack.com/forms/iat2021reg.

**registration does not guarantee a spot in the schedule as a performer – though we will do our best to accommodate all requests**

Can I be in more than one group that performs?
Absolutely! We just ask that you consider how thin you are spreading yourself in terms of time and energy, but also your ability to contribute to each groups’ fundraising goals. We set a minimum goal of $500 for each performance timeslot, which is very achievable, but it doesn’t pay to spread yourself TOO thin.

I’m uncomfortable doing an in-person performance… can I do something online, like last year’s Improvathon?
While we’d love to have as many in-house performances as possible, we understand that not everyone is comfortable returning to in-person gatherings just yet, and we respect that. There is a place on the registration form to indicate if you’d prefer to do an online performance. We haven’t yet determined the logistics of how that will work, but we will assure that your online performance can be a part of Improvathon in some way.

Is there a prize?
Yes. The 3 performers/groups that raise the most funds will receive a workshop from a special guest during Twin Cities Improv Festival in June. In addition, the group will receive their name on the wall, bragging rights, and a to-be-determined piece of new HUGE swag.

Pro Tip: Finding matching grants for your group are a great strategy if you want to win the top fundraising prize, but also is a great thing for people that want to give before Give to the Max Day. It is a great way to get the word out and start fundraising right away. At present, we don’t have a matching donor set up. You could get one for your own group. Or ask your work if they donate to 501(c)3 nonprofits like HUGE.

I’m uncomfortable with fundraising, but I want to perform. Can I just sign up for a performance time?
Not really. Improvathon is HUGE’s biggest annual fundraiser. We are asking each performance time to try to raise at least $500. Part of our goal is that Improvathon will beat lasts year’s fundraising total of $50,007. We truly believe we can get there and then some! But it does need to be an all-hands on deck situation.

We will do our best to make fundraising easy for you – and there are a lot of tools to do that, through GiveMN.org’s online donation site and through tips and samples we will provide. Keep in mind, this isn’t about cold calling strangers. You’ll be giving family and friends an opportunity to support something you love!

If you are truly uncomfortable asking friends and family to donate, this is not the right HUGE performance opportunity for you. Everyone is welcome to enter the Improv-A-Go-Go lottery, or take a class and perform in the showcase, or submit a show idea, or all of the above. And those are just the opportunities at HUGE, there are many more in the Twin Cities. All to say, this is not just a performance slot, it is a chance to financially support a nonprofit theater with a mission to support the improv community.

Can I renew my Membership that day for part of my fundraising goal?
Members and Memberships are ALWAYS very much appreciated but we’ve enacted a rule that memberships will not count toward Improvathon team goals nor will it count toward the final tally of what is raised during Improvathon. Our membership system is totally separate from GiveMN.org, which makes it logistically impractical.

When should I start seeking donations?
The IDEAL day to receive donations is on Give to the Max Day itself — November 18, because that’s when most of the Golden Ticket prizes are given out. But donations November 1-17 are also eligible for early Golden Ticket. So we encourage you to start making those donation asks any time in November, but encourage people to give on the day, if they can.


I don’t see the answer to my question here – who can I contact?
Feel free to send questions to Sean at hugetheater dot com.

What was that registration link again?
Improv Performance Request: https://hugetheater.formstack.com/forms/iat2

COVID mitigation policies for HUGE classes

For the sake of clarity, HUGE Theater wants to spell out our policies with regards to COVID-19 and classes in more detail. This is where we currently stand:

  • All students, teachers, staff, and volunteers of HUGE Theater must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to be on-site at HUGE. “Fully vaccinated” means that the individual has received the full series of vaccinations (2 each for Moderna and Pfizer, 1 for Johnson & Johnson) and 14 days have elapsed since the final dose.
  • All students and teachers are required to be masked, with the mask covering both nose and mouth, anytime they are inside the building.
  • If a student or teacher contracts COVID-19, they may not attend class until they have recovered and tested negative for the virus twice, at least 24 hours apart.
  • If a student or teacher has been exposed to COVID-19, they may not attend class until they have received a negative result from a COVID test taken at least 3 days after the exposure.
  • If a student or teacher lives in a household with someone who has contracted COVID, they may not attend class until the household member has recovered, and the student/teacher has taken a test and gotten a negative result.
  • In any case where a student or teacher may have unintentionally exposed a class to COVID, that individual should alert Jill Bernard (jill@hugetheater.com) as soon as possible, so that the rest of the class can be notified.
  • We do not wish to punish students for responsible behavior, so any weeks a student must miss due to contracting or being exposed to COVID, they may request a discount/refund for that portion of their tuition.

Our foremost concern, always, is the well-being of our community. There is no improv that is worth our staff or students contracting a potentially deadly disease. While we believe that the measures we have in place greatly mitigate this possibility, we also recognize that no in-person group contact is wholly without risk. So we thank you for taking all reasonable measures in helping taking care of each other during these challenging times.

Further information on HUGE’s policies and practices in response to COVID-19 can be found here:

Welcome Back! Fall 2021 Show Schedule

The schedule for Fall is ready and we’re super excited to get back to our more regular show schedule (masked and with proof of vaccination, of course!). We looked first to reach out and reschedule shows that lost their run in 2020 and because of that, as well as a relatively quick ramp-up to get back at it, some of our yearly ongoing productions are taking a little nap this year to make room (see you next time, Creature Feature!).

We are very excited to welcome back HUGE Wednesdays, Improv-A-Go-Go as well as our weekend lineups. So here’s all the fun, and we do mean ALL the fun, that is coming at you for September and October.

FRIDAYS (Sept 3rd – Oct 29th)

8 pm – Foul Play: An Improvised Agatha Christie

Secrets! Intrigue! Scandal! Deceit! Suspense! MURDER. An improvised mystery in the style of Agatha Christie.

9:30 pm – Brotha Brotha

Twin Cities-based Improv duo. Fast. Hilarious. Inspired. Indescribable tbh. And aside from being Black this is NOTHING like 90s TV show Sister, Sister.

10:30 pm – The Bearded Co. presents Bearded High

Hang out with the students at Bearded High as they navigate the complicated waters of teenage life. At Bearded High, you can be whoever you want to be.  But that’s the big question. Who, exactly, do you want to be?

SATURDAYS (Sept 4th – Oct 30th)

8 pm – Shrieking Harpies

The Shrieking Harpies present an improvised musical that will make you see the magic around you.

9:30 pm – Guts & Teeth

Guts & Teeth are hyper-jubilant soul-septuplets who make epic stage-cartoons about the nightmares of the modern world.

10:30 pm – Bad Poets Society

Bad Poets Society is a collection of improvisers/poets of questionable talent. Together, we weave together scenes and spontaneous spoken word. Sometimes, it’s good. Always, it’s ART.

HUGE WEDNESDAYS (Sept 1st – Oct 27th) at 8pm

FEATURING:

Odechrome – Becky Wilkinson Hauser and Adam Iverson

One Decent Channel – One Decent Channel is improv veterans Nels Lennes and Butch Roy performing the Monoscene. The entire set consists of one long scene, rather than a series of scenes. More “tiny one act play” than a series of scenes, Nels and Butch take a suggestion and explore with patience and deliberateness.

Identity Crisis – C Michael Menge (they & he) and Chip Gehring (they/them) take you through a chaotic montage of trans gay nonsense! They queer connection with silliness, heart, and a healthy dose of panic.

Babe Train presents Sleepover! – Do you remember staying up way past your bedtime? Whispering secrets under the covers? IM-ing your crush with your friends? Sleepover is a nostalgia-filled narrative about the wildest sleepovers ever had. Join us for a night of silly, nostalgic, sometimes nightmarish fun. So buckle up, your BFFs mom just called and you’re invited to a sleepover! Sweet dreams…xoxo, Babe Train

You can grab your tickets for any and all of it here! Can’t wait to see you.

COVID policy at HUGE

To protect the health and safety of our community while continuing to perform live shows – the following policy is in effect at HUGE at all times:

– All patrons, staff, students and performers must be fully vaccinated
– Masks are required at all times (except for performers on stage)
– Beginning September 1st – proof of vaccination will be required for entry

Why is this policy necessary?
This decision was not taken lightly, and is to ensure the safety of our community — the price of your ticket should not include exposure to a deadly virus

What forms of proof are accepted?
Proof of vaccination may include a physical card or a photo of a complete vaccination card that shows a final dose at least fourteen days prior to the event


Where can I get a COVID-19 test?

You can find a free testing location near you HERE.

What do I do if I lost my vaccination card?

You can request a copy of your Minnesota vaccination record HERE. For other states, find Immunization Information Systems contact information HERE

What precautions are being taken for classes?

Here are the COVID-19 procedures we’ve instituted to maximize safety at improv classes at HUGE. 

  • Everyone is vaccinated, and all students and teachers will show proof of vaccination at the first class.
  • We will all be wearing masks during class.  
  • We have reduced the class sizes, instead of 16-18 students, they are 12-14 students, to make sure there is adequate space to spread out. 
  • We ask that students with symptoms or close-contact with infected persons do not come to class. Emergency refunds available. 
  • We will have no games, exercises or scenes that involve physical contact. 
  • We have had the HVAC contractor check that our filters are clean. 
  • We have hand sanitizer and masks available. 
  • We will offer an improv showcase at the end of classes, the audience seating will be capped at 75% capacity, and they will show proof of vaccination and be masked. 
  • Students who have had exposure can return to class after one negative test, students who have had COVID-19 can return to class after two negative tests 24 hours apart. https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/quarguide.pdf
  • We will follow all the latest news and charts, to make any adjustments needed during the class term.  
  • We will always keep our COVID-19 policies up-to-date via a link on the front page of hugetheater.com
  • Students and teachers should follow these procedures if they should contract COVID-19 or be exposed to someone who has: https://www.hugetheater.com/blog/2021/09/16/covid-mitigation-policies-for-huge-classes/

Job Posting: Artistic Director

Application deadline: Sept 30, 2021
Start date: Negotiable, targeting Oct – Nov 2021
To apply: Send your résumé, a cover letter, and 3 references to jobs@hugetheater.com

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Hours: 30 hours/week (requires many evenings and weekends)
Compensation: Salaried employee, $32,250 per year
Other benefits: Results-oriented work environment (flexible hours), free parking. At 30 hours per week, employees receive stipend for health care premiums (currently set at $300/month).

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HUGE Improv Theater in Minneapolis is an artist-led company dedicated to supporting the Twin Cities’ diverse and thriving improv community through performance and education.

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ABOUT ARTISTIC DIRECTION AT HUGE THEATER

HUGE’s vision is to continue the development of the art form of longform improv, and to foster diversity and inclusion in all aspects of our work. We do not constrain our programming to a particular style of longform improv. Instead we seek to showcase a variety of styles that demonstrate excellence in performance; for example, we celebrate foundational forms of improv and we encourage experimentation. 

Another important aspect of HUGE’s organizational philosophy is that there should be a clear path to the stage: for students to transition into performers, performers to continually develop as artists and artistic leaders, and performers and directors to create work outside of HUGE itself.

HUGE’s artistic director is responsible for shaping, communicating and implementing the artistic vision of HUGE, for the continued development of performers at HUGE, and for major decisions regarding the hire and ongoing professional development of artistic staff. This role is part of the management/operations team, along with the executive director, director of education, director of diversity and inclusion, and managing director; and is accountable to the management/operations team and reports to the executive director. 

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RESPONSIBILITIES

Big Picture

  • Align artistic programming with HUGE’s mission and support artistic excellence
  • Articulate HUGE’s artistic vision and represent the theater 
  • Influence theater direction and management as part of the management/operations team
  • Contribute time, talent and general support for HUGE’s fundraising efforts 
  • Foster working relationships and familiarity with the Twin Cities improv community, which is at the heart of all we do

Show development and scheduling

Currently, approximately 30% of shows on our stage are produced by HUGE directly, while the remaining 70% of shows are produced independently. 

For shows produced by HUGE:

  • Direct one show a year if desired
  • Hire and supervise directors and assistant directors 
  • Oversee auditions and continue to refine audition process for all HUGE-produced shows

For independently produced shows:

  • Oversee, promote, and refine the show submission process 
  • Communicate and coordinate with independent directors and producers regarding artistic decisions 
  • Program show schedule 
  • Provide guidance on audition and rehearsal best practices 

Evaluation and feedback

  • Provide artistic evaluation and feedback for HUGE Wednesdays shows and all weekend shows by: attending a minimum of two performances during their run, monitoring and assessing quality, and developing a formal feedback process for show producers and directors and/or cast that includes recommendations for potential next steps. 
  • Work with program coordinator to gather online feedback from evaluation form that goes to all casts, directors and assistant directors; targeting an 80% minimum participation rate. Include this information in feedback given to the shows’ director (and assistant director and/or producer, as applicable). Meet with Directors (and Assistant Directors) to discuss. 

Program Development

  • Interface with Director of Diversity and Inclusion to continue the progress in the areas of diversity and inclusion on HUGE’s stage
  • Oversee and continue to develop the Assistant Director Program. Implement and refine purpose, path, expectations, evaluation and feedback 
  • Create avenues for artistic and professional development of directors. Implement and refine purpose, path, expectations, evaluation and feedback
  • Maintain show pipeline and evaluation process and communication with an eye on transparency and timeliness
  • Develop new shows and programs in alignment with HUGE’s mission

Logistics and communication

  • Communicate show selection and coordinate scheduling with producers and directors
  • Announce show selection and schedule with public
  • Schedule auditions and callbacks (as applicable) in coordination with program coordinator
  • Ensure that safety standards and boundary check-in practices are known and followed
  • Be the general artistic point of contact for HUGE, for example manage artistic queries regarding licensing shows, or general inquiries from theaters, festivals, and show producers

Other duties as needed

  • Due to the small size of HUGE’s core staff, members of the leadership team with occasionally be called upon to take on additional responsibilities, in accordance with their skills and capacity

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • 7+ years professional improv experience
  • 3+ years experience teaching and directing improv, with an emphasis on longform
  • Effective management that aligns with artistic values and HUGE’s mission and values
  • Leadership
  • Strong organizational, oral, and written communication
  • Commitment to furthering HUGE’s efforts at building diversity and inclusion
  • Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects and deadlines
  • Ability to say no gracefully, reject proposals by friends and colleagues, and be the bearer of bad news in casting and other situations. 
  • Support of artists and students, including fostering a safe and inclusive environment. 

The ideal candidate will also have experience in nonprofit management. 


Glossary of terms

Because of the changing nature of improv groups and productions, it’s useful to clarify the terms as HUGE is using them:

Show:  Any production proposed and/or booked at HUGE
Group : May be a set cast (i.e. The Mess) or may be a production entity that assembles a cast for a run of show.
Producer:  Person responsible for production support on the show side – may include all aspects of the group’s responsibilities outside of the artistic direction of show content, i.e. scheduling rehearsals, point of contact for logistics for both cast and venue, etc.
Director:  Person responsible for the quality and content of what is performed on stage – point of contact with venue for matters of artistic vision and quality as well as any issues,  concerns and feedback involving the cast.
Assistant Director: Responsible for working with the director to co-create and communicate the vision for the show with the cast through rehearsals and notes.

A note from Rita…

Hi HUGE Community!

Well, here we are. We’re all crawling back into the world and we’re all a little wobbly at best, but I am so overwhelmingly happy that the wobbly path is leading us all back to the HUGE stage. This place was never meant to be empty so long and I can’t wait for it to be filled with loud and unapologetic joy again.

I wanted to let you know that I will be leaving my role as Artistic Director. Though there is some flexibility in my timeline as I want to make sure HUGE is as set up as possible to keep moving onward and upward in this new world, I will transition out fully by the end of August. 

My breath runs short every time I think about ending my tenure here, but like so much of the world, I happen to be crawling out of this last year and a half a totally changed person with a new recognition of my time and my energy and all the ways I was dividing myself up in too many little pieces. I realized I need to be more picky and precious with my time and that my family, my artistic endeavors and my life outside of work deserve the best parts of me so I am moving forward with that focus.

I am so proud to have served in the role of Artistic Director, and I am so indescribably grateful for the opportunity to have worked with and alongside this team and this community. You trusted me with a big new thing at HUGE, to help lead a theater that was and is and will always be so beloved, and I am forever changed by my time here. I hope I haven’t let you down. 

And though I know it is a tough time to leave, I am so excited for what comes next. I am so excited for the next person to keep building alongside John in the coming years as he takes on his new role as Executive Director; and with the rest of the HUGE team, Board and community to keep making HUGE the leader and beacon that it is. To keep calling out to the world, “You are welcome here. This art is for you, too.” I can’t wait to continue to be on stage here as an advocate and representative of those values. I can’t wait to get back to teaching and coaching when my energy can be in the right place again. I hope to still be with you all every step of the way. 

I will miss so much of this. No job will ever be this funny. Or this weird. Or this wonderful. But mostly I am just so grateful. Thanks to Butch, Jill, John, Sean, Breanna (and all of you!), for holding me up these last 3 years. And for never, not even once, asking me to make a phone call.

Be good to yourselves and to each other. Keep making stuff. I’ll see you out there.

rita

Your Summer Potluck Schedule!

Purchase Tickets Here

We will open our doors on July 9th for shows on Fridays and Saturdays through July and August. We will be running Summer Potluck at 8 and 9:30p each night, and you can expect something different every weekend. Some shows will feature one group, some shows will feature two different groups. So much on the table! Let’s get back at it, shall we?

COVID policy :: ALL patrons, staff and performers must be fully vaccinated
Masks strongly encouraged in all common areas (the lobby, bar area and restroom hallway).
Thank you for helping HUGE continue to survive the pandemic.

Here is your summer lineup:

FRI AUG 6TH8pm – Loungeasaurus Rex: I MISSED ME SO MUCH! / Gay/Straight Alliance930pm – My Town / FOTERSON
SAT AUG 7TH8pm – Toaster!930pm – Duo for a Day
FRI AUG 13TH8pm – Early Bedtime930pm – That Woman Is My Grandma / The Free Association
SAT AUG 14TH8pm – Drum Machine930pm – The Bearded Co.
FRI AUG 20TH8pm – Hot Pot930pm – Mayhem
SAT AUG 21ST8pm – Show X930pm – Ladyfriend / Early Bedtime
FRI AUG 27TH8pm – Brotha Brotha / Feel Good About Yourself Orchestra930pm – TNT / Murderclown
SAT AUG 28TH8pm – Puppets! / Richie v. Bradley930pm – The Mess

Purchase Tickets Here

August Summer Potluck Schedule!

Purchase Tickets Here

We’ve opened our doors and oh what a time it was! Summer Potluck is now officially running, Fridays and Saturdays through July and August. Like, in front of people! Shows are at 8 and 9:30p each night. Some shows will feature one group, some shows will feature two different groups. You can come scoop up a different comedy dish every weekend!

Here is your August lineup:

FRI AUG 6TH8pm – Loungeasaurus Rex: I MISSED ME SO MUCH! / Gay/Straight Alliance930pm – My Town / FOTERSON
SAT AUG 7TH8pm – Toaster!930pm – Duo for a Day
FRI AUG 13TH8pm – Early Bedtime930pm – That Woman Is My Grandma / The Free Association
SAT AUG 14TH8pm – Drum Machine930pm – The Bearded Co.
FRI AUG 20TH8pm – Hot Pot930pm – Mayhem
SAT AUG 21ST8pm – Show X930pm – Ladyfriend / Early Bedtime
FRI AUG 27TH8pm – Brotha Brotha / Feel Good About Yourself Orchestra930pm – TNT / Murderclown
SAT AUG 28TH8pm – Puppets! / Richie v. Bradley930pm – The Mess

Purchase Tickets Here

We are so happy to be back at it and we cannot wait for you to see it!

July Summer Potluck Schedule!

Purchase Tickets Here

We will open our doors on July 9th for shows on Fridays and Saturdays through July and August. We will be running Summer Potluck at 8 and 9:30p each night, and you can expect something different every weekend. Some shows will feature one group, some shows will feature two different groups. So much on the table! Let’s get back at it, shall we?
Here is your July lineup:

FRI JULY 9TH8pm – Five Man Job930pm – Ladyfriend / Drum Machine
SAT JULY 10TH8pm – Brotha Brotha930pm – Holy Foley / Lounge-asaurus Rex: I MISSED ME SO MUCH!
FRI JULY 16TH8pm – DillyDallHaus930pm – Firepit Gang
SAT JULY 17TH8pm – Feel Good About Yourself Orchestra930pm – The Unpronounceables
FRI JULY 23RD8pm – Show X930pm – Identity Crisis / Babe Train presents Sleepover
SAT JULY 24TH8pm – Foul Play930pm – The Mess
FRI JULY 30TH8pm – Murderclown930pm – Nudge
SAT JULY 31ST8pm – Adventures of Tim, Troy & Damian930pm – The Unpronounceables

Purchase Tickets Here

The August lineup will be announced as soon as it is fully confirmed. We cannot wait to get back to it and we cannot wait for you to see it.

Quick fix for broken website!

Apologies for this…there is a glitch on the website where the class page doesn’t recognize that you’re already logged in! While we’re trying to figure out that boring mystery, here is a little workaround.

  1. PLEASE LOG IN FIRST:
    https://www.hugetheater.com/wp-login.php

  2. *THEN* REGISTER FOR THE CLASS YOU WOULD LIKE.
    Elise Rodriguez: You can’t f up my scene. Saturday 6/26 1-3:30pm
    Stephanie Rae: Say It With Your Chest Improvised Songs for Huge Emotions Sunday 6/27 4-7pm

If this is the first time you’ve registered for a class on the HUGE website, please email your name and which class you would like to join at workshops@hugetheater.com and we’ll get this squared away. Thank you for your patience, unless you’re feeling impatient, in which case, thank you for hiding your impatience.