Friday and Saturday shows are our regular 8pm shows. Tickets are $10, $8 for under 12, seniors 55+, college students or members of the military — must present ID at door, and $8 per ticket for groups of 10 or more.

Our Sunday 3/11 show is at 4pm and tickets are $5.


Fridays in March: Fresh Fridays Comedy Improv
The VIC’s Friday night shows are intended to showcase the talents of our improvisers of all experience levels! To that end, we offer up Fresh Fridays, where we mix it up on stage — newer improvisers rock it out with our veteran VIC members. All shows will be a competitive comedy improv format, where the improvisers are given challenge’s by the show’s host or director. You, the audience, can judge the action!

Ventura Improv Company

Saturdays, March 3, 24, & 31: Comedy Improv Show
The formats vary, but be assured our comedy improv shows will be hilarious, magical and musical! The show will be a competitive TheatreSports show, or an open format — and always fun! Our Saturday shows feature our experienced veteran players. Our shows are a fast-paced mix of scenes, improv games and music.If you like Whose Line Is It, Anyway?, you’ll love us!

Instant Karma, Feb 2012

Saturday, March 10: Instant Karma Long Form Improv
Instant Karma brings a blend of short and long form improv to the VIC’s stage! The first half of the evening, Instant Karma will perform scenes and games based on audience’s suggestions. In the second half, Instant Karma will create magic! Based on a single audience suggestion, they will weave a series of improvised scenes, stories, and games into a single 40 minute piece.

sunday funny sunday!

Sunday, March 11, 4-6pm, $5: Sunday Funny Sunday
Once-a-month comedy improv showcase! Our intermediate improv performers and students bring you comedy improv, competitive-style, during this monthly performance! You can’t beat the price for the funny! Please note special date/time and price. No other discounts will be applied.


Saturday, March 17: Spontaneous Broadway©
The audience acts as potential funders for a Broadway show. In the first half, players “audition” a song from their improvised musical. Audience members supply made-up song or show titles, which the players use to for inspiration. The audience then votes on the show they’d like to see in its full length. The long-form, Broadway-style musical is then performed after the break.