ImprovBoston Offers Free Tickets to Greater Boston First Responders, Now thru 4/20
All ImprovBoston shows this week, April 16-20 will be free for first responders. The nonprofit comedy arts organization celebrates the heroic acts of the city's first responders that saved so many lives and united a city one year ago this Tuesday. ImprovBoston will also collect donations for the One Fund during shows. As a 501(c)3 theater serving the community through laughter, the members of the ImprovBoston community believe in the power of laughter to bring together communities. As Artistic Director Mike Descoteaux puts it, "ImprovBoston's mission is to improve the lives of diverse audiences both onstage and off. We acknowledge and give back to the heroes that made such a powerful contribution that day and every day." First responders will have free access to more than 20 shows over the course of April 16-20. First responders can email email@example.com to receive admission to any of these shows free of charge. Please visit http://www.improvboston.com/schedule to view our list of performances. For more information about this news release or art/picture/interview requests, contact Mike Descoteaux, Artistic Director of ImprovBoston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boston is recognized around the world for the comedy talent that comes from our city. For 30 years, ImprovBoston has been the region's leading theater and school dedicated to the art of comedy in all its forms. Consistently voted "Best of Boston" by The Phoenix, The Improper Bostonian, and The Weekly Dig, ImprovBoston performers, teachers and students have included comedians that have gone on to fame as internationally celebrated film stars, Emmy Award winning television stars, acclaimed theatrical producers, and writers for shows including The Daily Show and Real Time with Bill Maher. As a nonprofit theater, ImprovBoston serves the community through laughter.