“There are a lot of people that just don’t think women are as funny as men,” sophomore Sydney Stephens said. “I really think we made a statement by winning (regionals).”
Because of its unexpected success, the members of MU Improv hope to see this event grow in upcoming years.
Organizers Jake Wallach and Clint Cannon said it’s more of a showcase to highlight each team’s talents than a competition.
Mizzou is home to two improv troupes, Comedy Wars and MU Improv.
Six collegiate and two professional improvisational teams performed in front of about 150 people Saturday night.
“Somebodies,” an Internet comedy series, will debut Feb. 17.
MOVE takes a look into the world of MU Improv.
Each show will feature a guest monologuist from the community.
The group of seven students of MUsketch performed eight different sketches Thursday night in The Shack.