Teen Groups Educational Student Tours Class Trips Times Square Improv Comedy

Is your Teen Group heading to New York City? Are you an educational tour operator? You need to check out High Energy, High Impact, Clean Comedy Shows by EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH Off Broadway Improv Comedy. EMAIL for dates/rates. Let us know the expected group size and preferred times, package etc. This show tours nationwide to Clubs, Theaters, Corporate Events, Colleges and K-12 Schools, Camp and Community Centers. A few fall dates still available. Spring dates book up early.

The cast of EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH creates an original musical comedy revue on the spot based on audience suggestions and participation. The cast has 2-3 public shows weekly and adds shows almost daily due to student group needs, NYC School field trips, scout groups, teen theater companies and more.


Complete Package – Lunch/Dinner Show & Workshop

  • Saturday / Sunday 3pm, Monday-Thursday 7pm
    $30 includes 60-minute show, 60-minute workshop, NYC Pizza Party (minimum 2 slices plus beverage – bottle water, soda, juice).
    1:30-4:30 Saturdays/Sundays, 5:30-8:30 Monday-Thursday
  • Monday-Friday 10am-5pm
    $25 includes 60-minute show, 60-minute workshop, NYC Pizza Party (minimum 2 slices plus beverage – bottle water, soda, juice)

Before 5pm  $600 up to 50ppl, Additional Guest $12pp
Weekends/Evenings $20pp  (Groups of 10 or more)
– Add Workshop $5pp, Add Pizza $7.50pp


$300/teacher – up to two hours, 20 students


Humor and creativity work in similar ways, says humor guru William Fry, M.D., of Stanford University–by creating relationships between two disconnected items, you engage the whole brain.

This could be the most important cultural arts program ever presented for teen groups. While the students are laughing hysterically, they are also learning valuable life skills.

Improv shows, as performed by EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH, demonstrate story telling and performance of both music and theater.

Improv is the ultimate story telling art. Learning improv teaches creative writing and critical thinking. We learn to think on our feet, tapping into deep self conscious brain activity and memories. Meanwhile Improv applies story telling techniques studied in Language Arts – developing characters, settings, action. (WHO WHERE WHAT in Improv).  Students develop a new appreciation for studying classical literature and plays.

“YES! And…” the number one governing principal behind Improvisation, is demonstrably powerful teaching community and leadership skills. Via Improv Workshops, students learn to truly, actively listen and respond in real time. We use the same workshops to teach corporate team building, tying into Psychological Safety and other HR concepts. (See more at www.corporate-comedy.us)

The shows and workshops are so much fun, students lower their guards, allowing themselves to overcome self confidence, most importantly social communication and public speaking anxieties.

Students are encouraged to project and otherwise clearly communicate ideas.

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