TIM Comedy Theater
Tucson Women's Comedy Festival
Who run the (comedy) world? GIRLS!
Join the Tucson Improv Movement for the inaugural Tucson Women's Comedy Festival featuring storytelling, improv comedy, and standup comedy with some of the funniest local & out-of-town comedians and storytellers.
All shows are $5! - tucsonimprov.com/twcf
Tucson Women's Comedy Festival Show Schedule
Thursday February 23rd
7:30 p.m. FST! Female StoryTellers
9:00 p.m. Improv Comedy Featuring:
Friday February 24th
6:00 p.m. Improv Comedy Featuring improv comedians from the Tucson Improv Movement
- Killer Cathys
- Cat Chat
- TIM Company Montage
7:30 p.m. The MissFits: All Female Stand-up comedy hosted by Mo Urban:
9:00 p.m. The Ladies Who Lead Soap Box With Guest Monologists:
- Lysette Davis Coordinator for Student Engagement at the UA Honor's College
- Lizzie Mead Owner of Silver Sea Jewelry on Historic Fourth Avenue
- Jeannette Maré Founder of Ben's Bells Project
- Board Member of Pantsuit Nation, Tucson Chapter
10:30 p.m. All Gender Jam - join the party all genders welcome!
Saturday February 25th
7:30 p.m. Improv Throwdown
9:00 p.m. Best Show, Period!
- Storyteller Molly McCloy
- Stand Up Comedian Mo Urban
- The Riveters: Tucson's longest running all female improv comedy team
10:30 p.m. Female Finale featuring
- The Torch Theatre's Mail Order Bride Improv from Phoenix
- Animál (Babbs Lopez & Maria Evelyn Lopez) from Los Angeles
Saturday, February 25th 9AM-11AM
In this workshop, storyteller Molly McCloy will teach participants how to write and perform nonfiction stories from their lives. Students will view storytelling videos and listen to podcasts, to learn to outline and tell their own stories using the traditional three-act structure.
Saturday, February 25th 1-2PM
Want to be a better ally in you comedy and in every day life? Join us for an hour discussion on the topic of comedy and how to manage that interesting line.
Saturday, February 25th 3PM-5PM
Silencing the Judge Improv Workshop
We all have that inner judge, telling us that our ideas aren't good enough, or that someone else's idea is wrong. But when we silence that judge, we free ourselves to create interesting and fully developed characters; and we are able to develop deep relationships between those interesting characters when we stop judging the choices made by our stage partner.
This workshop, with The Torch Theatre's Marisol Chavez and Sara Palmer works towards telling that judge to shut it so that you can create magic on stage together.
Tucson Improv Movement
329 E 7th Street
Tucson, AZ 85705
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