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Whole World Improv Theatre is thrilled to announce it is accepting applications to audition for an apprenticeship in our six (6) month Improv Studies Program.

These apprentices will be educated in Whole World’s unique style of improvisation, which promotes emotional connectivity and experiential scene work, while incorporating short form improvisation games.  Apprentices will be placed in a Tuesday class from 7-9pm, or a Wednesday class from 5-7pm.  Classes will meet once a week for six m… Read More

Our girl Jenny is back on stage where she belongs—we think! We caught up with her and shined one of our new fancy spotlights on her. We asked about her work, her skin, her hobbies… here’s what she had to say:

Tell the good people how and when you became affiliated with Whole World.
I am one of the founding members of Whole World Theatre. So yeah, I’ve been here since 1994—day 1, basically. I was introduced to David Webster, the original artistic director, through a mutual friend wh… Read More

Tanya Wagner, one of our mainstage performers, is a veteran improviser at Whole World. She began as a student January 2011, and by August 2012, was performing in the Thursday, Student & Ladies Night Shows. Her dedication to improv training and by performing regularly for live audiences has led her to become one of our most beloved Main Stage performers. In addition, Tanya is a positive force among our company members and students.  She never misses a special event or a graduation show.  Sh… Read More

Join us for our 3rd annual fundraiser – Full Frontal Support – AT MONDAY NIGHT BREWING November 11. Your ticket includes a souvenir glass, six 6 ounce beer samples, a tour of Monday Night Brewing, a taco bar by Willy’s Mexican Grill, a wine tasting by Chamisal AND once-in-a-lifetime entertainment by Whole World’s Award Winning Cast! Tickets are only $45 in advance and $55 at the door – so be smart and grab yours now.

Purchasing a ticket to this event will help Whole World Theatre continue to … Read More

THE IMPROV ZONE

As a child, the sound of Rod Serling’s voice reached deep into my soul and invoked a feeling of eerie terror. My sister use to love to make me watch the episodes with her in the dark just to scare me. One time, she crawled behind the sofa and waited until a scary part of the show before she grabbed my leg. I screamed like a little girl. Now forty-one years after Rod’s death, his voice still rings through the internet and the full series release on Netfilx. With that in … Read More