Jet City Improv presents Improv for Hurricane Relief
Jet City Improv is pleased to present Improv for Hurricane Relief, a show of support for the people affected by Hurricane Harvey. This uplifting improv comedy show showcases improvisers from Seattle and Houston.
100% of the proceeds from this show will go to Direct Action, a charity, active in all 50 states and 70 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies. This charity is responding to both Hurricane Harvey and Irma.
"Jet City Improv is committed to performing improv for good," said Mike Christensen, Director of Jet City Improv. "Last year, we performed a show to benefit The Seattle Times Fund For The Needy, and this year, we're proud to be supporting Direction Action's relief efforts."
Tickets start at $20 and go up to $50. All tickets are for general admission seats, but audience members get to choose the size of their donation. Online sales close at 5 pm on the day of the show. Tickets are available now at bit.ly/ReliefJCI.
This show may contain mature themes and language, but everything will be in good fun. That being said, Jet City Improv won't turn anyone away based on their age.
Jet City Improv is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that strives to enlighten, educate and entertain audiences through the art of improvisation. The organization performs free comedy shows for children with disabilities and illnesses in Washington and teaches free comedy workshops to homeless and incarcerated youth in Seattle. Now in its 26th year of operation, Jet City Improv employs 5 full-time staff members, 2 part-time staff members and upwards of 50 actors and theater professionals at any point during the course of a production season.