Improv at CNYP!
Don't Feed the Actors Improv Comedy Nights
The crazy kids of Don't Feed the Actors make their Central New York Playhouse
debut.  DFtA specializes in audience interactive improv and is one of the longest
running improv troupes in Central New York.  Having toured all over Central New
York their large stable of theatrically trained actors rotate in and out of each show,
ensuring a unique experience each time.
 They are scheduled to come back 9 times in
 $20 Dinner and Show, $10 Show only.    Click here for more on DFtA.  
Syracuse's longest running improv comedy troupe
Other Improv Events
We have a great afinity for all kinds of theater at The Central Ny Playhouse, including Improv Theater.  We have partnered with Don't Feed the Actors to bring
youfrequent Improv Comedy Nights in the style of Whose Line Is It Anyways and Drew Carey's Improvaganza.  And from time to time we will also have other
Improv groups in as well to have fun on our stage.  So check it out and we hope to see you at one of these fine events.
Dinner service provided by
May Dinner Menu
hicken Riggies with
Salad and Bread
Choose from 9 shows in 2014

6:30 PM Dinner 8PM Show
Show Date
All credit cards are charged a small
convenience charge.  All Tickets are held at
the door under the name of purchaser.
Syracuse Improv Collective Shows
The Syracuse Improv Collective brings their monthly "Bank
Show" to the Central New York Playhouse.  The Collective
specializes in bringing a show like no other combining long
form improv with musical acts and stand up comedy.  You
never know what the SIC has in store and CNYP is glad to
have them come to our stage.  For just $5 you can't go wrong.
Choose from 9 Shows in 2014
Show Dates
May 9, 2014 Lineup


Improvisational art provided
by Frank & Meghan.
SIC Classes
Improv The Harold  6 Weeks April 26 - May 17, 2014
Class 3: The Harold
April 26 - June 7 (no class on May 24 for Memorial Day Weekend)
12 pm - 2 pm
Instructor: Ken Keech
Difficulty: Advanced
Price: $75
Location: Central New York Playhouse, located in Shoppingtown Mall near the Macy’s entrance.

The Harold is a long-form structure developed by Del Close and is the basic form all long-form improvisers
should know. This course will teach the fundamentals of the form as well as continuing to work on scene work
and character development. This course is recommended for anyone who has some improv experience and
feels comfortable participating in a two-person scene. Graduates of this class will have the opportunity to
audition for a SIC house team.

Please register online at

or purchase at the left.
All credit cards are charged a small
convenience charge.  All Tickets are held at
the door under the name of purchaser.