By Justin Hermstedt
Last spring, Teagan Fitzpatrick founded KU Improv. In its second semester, the group grew and garnered a consistent following at its many performances.
John Pace, a freshman from Olathe, joined KU Improv last fall. He’s been doing improv for a few years.
“It’s pretty much ‘acting without a script,’ to put it in three words… or four words. I can count; I swear,” Pace said.
Although the club is young, it pulls around 10 to 20 people at the average show. Those are solid numbers for a comedy startup, whose existence might not be known of by the majority of students.
Style on the Hill went to check out their last show of the fall semester, and KU improv brought the comedic heat.
This semester, be sure to support the good people at KU improv. It’ll be a merry (and free) time, especially if you like memes and/or muppet impressions.