While television is filled with reality programming and summer reruns, Rex Graff and Justin Krebs offer theatregoers another option as their ImproVision plays at Off Broadway's John Houseman Studio Theatre. The show, which began in midtown Manhattan May 31, is set to end its scheduled run July 28.
ImproVision audiences hold the virtual remote as the two-man improvisational comedy team act out anything, from behind-the-scenes docu-dramas about garage bands to game shows with high-strung chefs.
Graff and Krebs, creators of ImproVision, performed with Harvard University’s Immediate Gratification Players. IGP productions have taken them to Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Montreal, Miami and New York. Now the two bring their own creation to Off-Broadway.
ImproVision, plays at the John Houseman, 452 West 42 St. (between Ninth and Tenth Ave.) through July 28. For tickets, call (212)239-4324. For more information, visit www.ImproVisionComedy.com.
— by Ernio Hernandez