Listed in alphabetical order by troupe name are the Improv Troupes Uncovering Oklahoma has met during our travels. Our interviews with these troupes include clips from their shows. For many troupes, we even have full length shows! Prepare to have your improv hole filled. Just a fair warning, many of the videos do contain mature content and language.
- Twinprov’s “String Theory” July 31, 2010 Show
- Villain: The Musical: June 26, 2010 “The Villainous Machine of Sir Pistachio’s Gelato Shop”
- Villain: The Musical: The Lab May 1, 2010 Show at OKC Improv
- Twinprov’s “Rap City” May 1, 2010 Show
- The MiDolls: April 17, 2010 “Trailer Trash” Show at OKC Improv
* April 14, 2010 at OKC Improv [1:01:01]
Crayons performs improvised scenes, using suggestions from the audience along with audience participation. In short, Crayons does improv. Visit their web site at crayonsimprov.com.
* May 1, 2010 at OKC Improv [42:32]
The official improv troupe of Stillwater’s Town & Gown Theater, Cueless Improv got its start in July of 2009 under the direction of Jason Watts. They have since performed a few shows and watched the TJ & Dave movie.
* Interview of Everybody and Their Dog
* April 3, 2010 at OKC Improv [46:34]
* July 7, 2010 at OKC Improv [38:04]
Everybody and Their Dog is an OKC based improv since 1994. They perform short and long form improv.
* June 26, 2010 at OKC Improv [24:55]
* July 24, 2010 at OKC Improv [37:51]
Improv-ing the World is a two-man group staring Taylor Harris and Andy Patrick Ryan Harp.
* Interview of The MiDolls
* April 17, 2010 “Trailer Trash” Show at OKC Improv [32:37]
* April 17, 2010 “50s Housewives” Show at OKC Improv [32:50]
* May 1, 2010 “Nuns” Show at OKC Improv [30:50]
* June 26, 2010 “The Happy Endings Rentirement Home” at OKC Improv [25:08]
* July 9, 2010 Show: “Goddess at The Boom!” [33:25]
* July 17, 2010 Show: “Goddess at OKC Improv” [30:17]
* July 31, 2010 Show: “Teachers” at OKC Improv [28:12]
* August 28, 2010 Show: “Teachers” at The Boom! [39:18]
The MiDolls are an Oklahoma City based all-girl Improv group. The MiDolls consist of Stf Bidelspach, Sue Ellen Reiman, Cristela Carrizales, Ann-Lisette Caveny, Raychel Winstead, Tiffany Fawn Elam, Brenda Williams, and Jodi Nestander. The MiDolls start their show by handing out treats and gathering ideas from the audience while they pass out food.
* Interview of The Ones Your Mother Warned You About
* April 3, 2010 Show at OKC Improv [30:10]
* June 26, 2010 Show at OKC Improv [31:37]
* July 24, 2010 Show at OKC Improv [31:49]
The Ones Your Mother Warned You About is an original two-man, two-woman long form improv troupe created by and starring Cristela Carrizales, Buck Vrazel, Clint Vrazel, and Raychel Winstead. Working off a single audience suggestion, The Ones create a series of dueling couples’ monologues that lead into six rich, smart, jazzy scenes that explore the complexities of life, love, and relationships.
* Twinprov’s April 23, 2010 Show [38:41]
* Twinprov’s “Rap City” May 1, 2010 Show [44:54]
* Twinprov’s “Rap City” July 3, 2010 Show [45:56]
* Twinprov’s “Rap-Sody” July 17, 2010 Show [38:04]
* Twinprov’s “String Theory” July 31, 2010 Show [50:04]
Twinprov is a one-of-a-kind comedy troupe made up of two-of-a-kind twin brothers Buck and Clint Vrazel that specializes in creating reality-altering improv, stand-up, sketch, and musical comedy. As insatiable information sponges and natural mimics, these clone comics absorb and warp ideas from pop-culture, movies, games, history, philosophy, science and math to create smart, challenging, and off the wall comedy that can’t be duplicated.
* Interview of Villain: The Musical
* The Lab May 1, 2010 Show at OKC Improv [50:28]
* April 3, 2010 Show at OKC Improv Part 1 [27:13] and Part 2 [29:55]
* June 26, 2010 “The Villainous Machine of Sir Pistachio’s Gelato Shop” [56:55]
* July 9, 2010 at The Boom! [52:16]
* July 31, 2010 at OKC Improv [36:27]
You’ve seen it happen one too many times before, right? The good guy gets the girl, saves the world, and everyone lives happily ever after… Well did you ever think about the Villain? Why shouldn’t they get some credit – they are, of course, the evil mastermind of the day. See their side of the story in this full-length, completely improvised, completely evil musical that is Villain: The Musical. Featuring the vocal and improvisational talents of: Cristela Carrizales, Raychel Winstead, Buck and Clint Vrazel, and Stf Bidelspach (who also multitasks as the musician of this epic musical event).