All July 4th Shows at ImprovBoston are Free

June 27
5:13 PM 2014
All July 4th Shows at ImprovBoston are Free

ImprovBoston celebrates the birthplace of freedom with free laughs on Friday, July 4th. The nonprofit comedy arts organization is opening its doors to the community for an unprecedented evening of complimentary comedy. The entire roster ofFriday shows is free to the public including the completely improvised Mainstage, the patriotically satirical sketch revue Comedy, America! and the experimental shows in ImprovBoston's Studio Theater.

As a 501(c)3 theater serving the community through laughter, ImprovBoston believes in the power of laughter to bring diverse audiences together. As Artistic Director Mike Descoteaux put it, "Boston is now recognized as one of the top comedy cities in the country. What better way to celebrate our new national status than with free tickets for all of America?" Clarifying his previous statement, he added "Or as many Americans as can safely fit into our two theaters."

The selection of shows audiences can see for free on Independence Day include Studio 40, ImprovBoston Mainstage, Cagematch, Comedy, America!, Road Trip and Nightcap.

Please visit improvboston.com to view our list of performances onFriday, July 4 and reserve tickets free of charge. Tickets may also be purchased at the door before the show.

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