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New Year’s Eve at the Indianapolis Athenaeum

New Year's Eve at the Indianapolis Athenaeum

New Year’s Eve at the Indianapolis Athenaeum.
Image provided by ComedySportz and used with written permission.

By Claire Wilcher
ComedySportz Indianapolis
http://www.indycomedysportz.com/

ComedySportz Indianapolis will be ringing in 2013 with two special New Year’s Eve shows, which will be held at the Athenaeum Theatre, 401 East Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Due to popular demand in past years, ComedySportz is expanding their New Year’s celebration to the Athenaeum in order to seat more audience members, or Loyal Fanz, as the improv comedy theatre calls them.  There will be two separate shows: one at 7:30 PM, and the other at 10:30 PM, which ends with a countdown to midnight.  Both shows include the ComedySportz match, hats, noisemakers, and a sparkling cider toast.  A cash bar will also be available.

“We offer a fantastic night out on Mass Ave for everyone,” said Claire Wilcher, Assistant Artistic Director and veteran improviser.  “Date night, families, big groups—they’ll find something to laugh about at ComedySportz.  We invite everyone to come to the Athenaeum and do something different for New Year’s Eve this year – improv comedy!”

For ticket information and pricing, please visit http://www.indycomedysportz.com/ or call 317-951-8499.

About ComedySportz Indianapolis

Now in its 20th year, and as the 2011 World Comedy League Champions, ComedySportz has been Indy’s only Professional Improvisational Comedy Theatre.  A member of the World Comedy League, ComedySportz Indianapolis is located in The ComedySportz Theatre in the Massachusetts Avenue Arts and Theatre District. Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, ComedySportz Indianapolis presents all-ages improvisational comedy matches where two teams battle for laughs and points as they make up scenes, games, and songs on the spot.  A referee calls the fouls, Mr. Voice announces the match, and the audience votes for the winners.

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