Wednesday 11/23 7:00 pm

$49 Total =$29 online reservation  + bring $20 cash to to complete your enrollment!

Getting up on stage and making up a song, completely on the spot, may sound scary but also awesome!…Because it is! In this hyper-supportive drop-in-intro to musical improv, we’ll follow the fear and find the fun and create scenes and songs together as an ensemble.

Designed for improvisers of all levels, and musical abilities with an open mind and an open heart ready to collaborate. 

Yes, you will be singing, however,  you don’t need to be a “good singer”, you just have to commit and sing as if no one is listening and believe everyone can be a great singer. When the spoken word no longer suffices, we MUST break into song.



Rachel Bouton is an improviser, host, and producer based in New York City. As a performer she spent 4 years touring nationally with the musical comedy show Broadway’s Next Hit Musical, and has performed on comedy stages across New York (UCB, The Magnet, Gotham Comedy Club). She is proud to say she spent 7 years pre-pandemic performing as a house team member for Super Free Wednesdays at The Pit. She can currently be seen Off-Broadway performing musical comedy at The Players Theatre twice a month as part of VERN: Off-Broadway. As a producer she has worked with The New York Times, Science Friday, Tastemade, and Atlas Obscura, among others. She is also a big trivia and gameshow geek and has appeared as a contestant on $100,000 Pyramid and Who Wants to be a Millionaire (spoiler: she did not become a millionaire).