Mark your calendars for this year’s Gatlinburg Improv Fest at Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre March 8-9. It will feature a number of improvisation groups and instructors participating in a series of shows and classes over the two days of the event.
If you are a fan of stand-up and improv comedy, you might want to check out Improv Fest, March 8-9. The Gatlinburg Improv Fest is a festival for improv comedians and comedian groups to come and hone their craft. At the Gatlinburg event, there will be instructors giving classes to up and coming and inspiring improv performers, along with performers doing shows for spectators. The event will be held at the renowned Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre. The headline event, Chase Padgett’s “Six Guitars” act, will be held at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 8, and again on Saturday March 9, at the same time.
We understand some of you may have no clue what improv comedy is; we were also in your shoes not so long ago. We will do our best to give you a brief explanation so you can understand just how entertaining the Gatlinburg Improv Fest has the potential to be. In short, improv comedy is comedy “on the fly,” comedy in response to the environment. There is little to no scripting in improv comedy, and if done well, it is absolutely hilarious.
The multiple-award winning “Six Guitars” by Chase Padgett features Padgett taking on the personality of six different guitar players, each with their own voice, personality, and guitar-playing style. The result is a knee-slapping performance guaranteed to bring tears of laughter from the audience’s eyes.
Show times will be at announced for Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9.
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