ImrovFest 2017 Submissions Open Now!
We're on the hunt for house teams, indie teams, teams experimenting with form, improvised shows, improvised solo shows, experimental improvised shows, short form improv, improvised improvised shows, y'know, improv...basically, if it's made up on the spot and it's in show form, we want it to fill one our 3 & 1/4 stages over a weekend in March!
QueerCom is Pride Weekend's Unofficial LGBTQ Comedy Festival. 3 days of improv, stand-up, sketch, drag, storytelling, solo shows, musical acts, screenings, panels, full-length musicals, and anything else funny you can think of. QueerCom is built to highlight New York City's funniest LGBTQ comics in every medium.
Coming June, 2017!
The comedy community in New York City has grown from humble beginnings to one of the premiere cities for improvisation and sketch comedy. With several longform-improv theaters boasting some of the best improvisers and sketch performers in the country, our local comedy community offers a uniquely diverse and exciting comedy scene featuring a wide variety of comedic styles and philosophies. To showcase this, The New York City Sketch Festival was created not only to celebrate the diversity of talent but also to foster links between writers and performers in New York City with artists from all over the world, as well as with members of the entertainment industry at large.
Coming Fall, 2017!
The PIT, along with award-winning solo show artist Peter Michael Marino (Desperately Seeking the Exit) presents SOLOCOM, NYC's Only All-New Solo Comedy Festival.
For four days in November, the PIT's stages are taken over by all-new world premiere solo comedies by artists from across the country, Canada and England. SOLOCOM 2016 featured everything from autobiographical performance to sketch, storytelling, stand-up, music, dance, drag, puppetry, autobiographical puppetry, autobiographical discography, magic, multi-media, critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival artists, fake talk shows, fake podcasts, cooking, improv, cabaret, pole dancing, a Bob Ross led painting session, clowning, beautifully obsessive Star Trek fandom, and the fearless acting of a cardboard box.
Coming Fall, 2017!