Improv Against Humanity

Improv Against Humanity!
Wednesday, June 21
The Rio Theatre: 1660 East Broadway
Doors @ 7pm, Show @ 8pm

$10 in Advance, $12 at the Door
Minors over the age of 16 are permitted to attend (viewer discretion advised). Must be 19+ w/ID for bar service.
Advance tickets on sale now at riotheatretickets.ca!
 
Oh Canada! We stand on guard for HUMANITY!

In honour of Canada 150, The Fictionals and friends are celebrating an early Canada Day on June 21 with Improv Against Humanity: Maple Mayhem (Pt. 1)! We’re breaking out the Canadian CAH cards for the live audience tournament, awarding sweet prizes, and crowning the next Most Horrible Person in Vancouver! Will it be YOU?

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Minors over the age of 16 are permitted to attend. Must be 19+ w/ID for bar service. Warning: may contain some strong language, sexual content and mature themes. Viewer discretion is advised. Advance tickets on sale now at RioTheatreTickets.ca!

Over 10,000 horrible people served since 2012. Improv Against Humanity has been featured entertainment at Fan Expo Vancouver, Northwest Fan Fest, Vancouver International Improv Festival, Anime Revolution, and Momentum Youth Arts Festival.

Critics are raving about Improv Against Humanity!

“This high jinks-filled interactive improv series put on by The Fictionals troupe is guaranteed to tickle your funny bone… You can’t have more politically incorrect fun.”

—Georgia Straight’s Best of Vancouver

“(Improv Against Humanity) guarantees some great vetted fodder for laughs of the truly horrible kind… Seriously laugh out loud.”

—Daily Hive Vancouver

So wrong in all the right ways… One of the best events in Vancouver.”

—Vancouver Sun

A wickedly fun concept… Don’t bring the kids, folks..”

Guy MacPherson, What’s So Funny 100.5 FM

***Did you know that you can bring Improv Against Humanity to your next corporate or private event? Contact The Fictionals for more information!***

“Our company Christmas party was a complete success because of The Fictionals’ talent. We loved playing Improv Against Humanity with a few other improv acts put on between. Our staff was laughing so hard, many of us had tears streaming down our faces.”

—Lisa Kilborn, Star Rentals

Thanks to our amazing sponsors and supporters:

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