After a lot of thought and discussion, we have decided to start taking the steps to close down United Atlanta Improv website. But, this is not a sad or bad thing… in fact, this is a great thing! I started UAI so all the diverse improv groups and theaters would not only have a central location for posting and communicating shows, classes and more; but as a vehicle by which these theaters and groups can work together on common shows. Just as UAI has grown, the community has too. You guys don’t need us anymore! You are making it happen all by yourselves now.
However, having said all this, there is still an absence of a central location for show, class and audition information. So, to that end, we are refocusing our already existing public, open Facebook Group for United Atlanta Improv. We would like to make it a more self-sufficient group where members can post their own information and start their own discussion threads with minimal admin interference. We can’t do that without your participation. So, please make sure you join https://www.facebook.com/groups/724707307623071/?__mref=message_bubble so you can remain a part of this dynamic, busy FB community.
The United Atlanta Improv website and FB Page (not the Group - but the Page) will quietly ride off into the sunset in about a month.
Thank you to each and every one of you for being a fundamental part of the Atlanta Improv community and supporting us, supporting you.
TrueDate - Honest Online Dating
God made an Improv Actor
You're Fired, Kid
Chris Clabo Announcement for Mayor of Village Theatre
Bad Grammar Breakup
High Fructose Corn Sizzurp: By Monsanto (Starring Colin Mochrie)
Village Theatre: It's Like Spring
Elves Running the Show
The Ark Photo Gallary
On June 3rd 2014 the Atlanta Improv Community came together for a single event. For the first time in history all 6 major theaters were on the stage together. These are the pictures of that evening.