The Project comes to an end


The New York City improv scene wept quietly this past Sunday as The Project, a popular comepetitive improv show, came to an end at The Peoples Improv TheaterThe Project (created and hosted by Terry Jinn), in it’s own words is a longform improv comedy show where 3 teams out of a league of 8 perform on Sunday nights each vying for your vote.  The bottom 2 are eliminated at the end of the season to make way for two new teams!  The Project wasn’t always competitive but instead changed with the times for about 3.5 years. 

 I was lucky enough to become involved with the project in late 2006 / early 2007.  My team “Fiefdom” played for three seasons before getting eliminated.  The Project had incredible shows and amazing performers from all backgrounds.  I’m still semi new to the NYC comedy scene, so performing some of these shows especially early on was intimidating at first.  It was my first opportunity to be apart of shows that had people that I’ve watched and respected so much. It really gave me a chance to really grow (wow I sound corny now). 

I think the roster of people involved speaks for itself.  I will list it after the jump.  It’s pretty amazing. Thanks again to Terry for running such a fun show and if you’re interested… check out the thread on the ImprovResourceCenter message board that takes a look back.  

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