Quipfire! is so excited to be bringing back The Cambridge Footlights for ONE NIGHT ONLY on Tuesday, Sept 20, 7:30pm, at Richardson Auditorium. The Footlights – with alumni like Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Emma Thompson, John Cleese, John Oliver, and more – are the gold standard of British sketch comedy, and they’re stopping by Princeton as part of their annual international tour for the second year in a row.
Tickets are completely FREE for all Princeton students to pick up at Frist with PUID, and $15 for general admission (tickets at https://tickets.princeton.edu/).
Don’t miss out!
Class of 2020, this is especially for you!
You’ve come all the way to Princeton for Preview, and after a full day of panels and open houses, you realize that the last scheduled event has concluded! What is there to do now? Quipfire! Improv Comedy has got you covered with an absolutely FREE, full-length show after TSOP to give you a taste of the funny side of Princeton.
FREE show by Princeton’s oldest improv comedy group
Preview 1:Tuesday April 11, 10:30pm
Preview 2: Wednesday April 20, 11:45pm
Mathey College Common Room
Just walk right in!
Grab the new best friends you met today and come laugh with us!
Don’t miss out on Quipfire!’s most anticipated show of the year: improvised musicals! With just an accompanist and a title suggestion from the audience, a fully-fledged musical is created before your eyes — every song and scene made up on the spot.
Quipfire! escaped the blizzard to LA and are thrilled to be performing twice this week!
First, a fun joint improv/sketch show with some other college troupes!
What: Show with UCLA’s Company 2015, Rapid Fire Improv, and Stanford’s Robber Barons Sketch Team
Where: Humanities A51, UCLA campus
When: 1/29, 8pm
Then, the next night, we’ll be improvising with our alumni from the area!
What: Quipfire! + Alumni Show in LA
Where: iO WEST, 6366 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90028
When: 1/30, 7pm
Come out and catch us on the West Coast!
You’ve seen us in TSOP, Tiger’s Roar, and Tiger Night, and this weekend at our Frosh Week Shows you can get a better idea of what we do. But it’s that time of year again– Quipfire! can’t wait to expand the family, and we’re inviting all members of the Class of 2019 to audition for us next week! Auditions are a low-stress opportunity to play fun games with a few other freshmen and require NO previous improv experience; plenty of Quipfire! members were new to improv when they joined. There’s nothing to prepare or bring and it’s just 15 minutes out of your busy day. Sign up for a slot at this link and encourage your friends to sign up too!
Any questions can be sent to our Managing Director, Vivien Bazarko, at email@example.com.
Quipfire! is so excited to meet the newest baby Tigers! If you’re coming to campus for Preview on the 28th, be sure to stop by our table at the Activities Fair and see us in This Side of Princeton, the performing arts showcase. If not, we hope you choose Princeton, and we can’t wait to meet you at our Frosh Week Shows and auditions in the fall!
Quipfire! alum Tommy Dewey has been cast as the lead in a new NBC pilot, “Mission Control”! Check it out here!
We spent the weekend in Chicago competing in the finals of the CIT and we came home with a trophy! Out of 136 teams that competed in the tournament, we placed 2nd, in only our 2nd year in the competition!
Quipfire! placed 2nd out of 136 college teams.
(David, Anna, Jake, and Emily couldn’t come because they are multi-talented and were performing in plays on campus. But they were there in spirit!)
If you’re near Chicago, you can see us and our illustrious alums for free. Our Segway tour was canceled yesterday, so we really need this.
Quipfire! competed in the College Improv Tournament for the second time, and for the second time we took first in the Big Apple Regional and brought home a beautiful plaque that will hopefully finally make our parents proud of us! Catch us at nationals on March 1st!
Not pictured: David, who was with us in the first round but had to go back to direct a show, and Charlie and Nick, who had exams.