Maryland Improv Theater – Comedy Shows, Classes, Murder Mystery Events, Corporate Team Building, College Campus Activities, K12 Educational Outreach

We have performed hundreds of shows in the DC / Baltimore are over the past 20 years, including University of Maryland, Georgetown U, Lynchburg College, Montgomery County, MD and Fairfax County VA Schools, Baltimore Lunch Ladies, and corporate shows/workshops for Edy’s Grande, Phillips, US Medicare, Baltimore offices and more. In fact, our founding members, Walt Frasier and Laurice Fattal, both hail from Gaithersburg Maryland.

  • email requests for shows, workshops, and private events – interactive musical comedy shows improvised based on audience suggestions and participation, corporate team building workshops, college campus activities and k12 educational outreach programs. Bringing your group to New York, ask about our programs, live form Times Square NYC, hosting corporate groups, college & high school students for shows & workshops.
  • Upcoming and Recent events
  • June 28 11am Olney Library, 3pm Davis Library, 6pm Gaithersburg Library Improv 4 Kids tours Montgomery County MD Libraries
  • June 27 Teen Drama Camp at Holton Arms
  • 2/18 Alexandria Murder Mystery for small dinner party
  • 2/18 Washington DC Murder Mystery Corporate Event
  • 1/20 Pentagon City, VA Murder Mystery Corporate Event
  • 1/21 Tysons Corner Va trivia night
  • 12/17 Fairfax VA Murder Mystery
  • 11/28 Williamsburg VA Murder Mystery.

We played our first shows in the DC area in 2003, when we present five sets at University of Maryland, College Park. The entire DC/Baltimore area was out of power due to a hurricane that passed through the day before. Thanks to campus generators, the shows were a go, sponsored by the Pan-Hellenic Council. Our founding members, Walt Frasier and Laurice Fattal both grew up in Gaithersburg MD, and love returning home to play. In the past 20 years the troupe delivered 100s of shows for corporate events, colleges and k12 educational outreach at schools, camps and community centers.