Day: July 16, 2015

David Razowsky, The “Guru” of Improv returns To South Florida In September

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Enjoy a rare opportunity to be trained in South Florida by a legend in improv.  David Razowsky is known as the “guru” of improv.  His workshops will instantly transform your ability to understand what it means to be enough, to be in the moment and to be present.  Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned professional, David doesn’t care.  He can get anyone to produce incredible results instantly.

These workshops will help you dive into what makes you the best version of you that you can be. Take one or take all three.  They will all be different.

You can sign up for 1, 2 or 3 workshops.  It’s completely up to you!  Not interested in taking a workshop and just want to see a show with him in it?  Purchase that ticket by clicking HERE!

Click here for Friday, September 11th – $99 for 3 hours

Click here for Saturday, September 12th – $149 for 6 hours

Click Here for Sunday, September 13th. – $149 for 6 hours

David Razowsky is the respected teacher and former artistic director of the Second City Los Angeles, and, as an actor, has written and performed in ten Second City Chicago revues. During his tenure as a performer at Second City he worked with Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, Jeff Garlin, and Amy Sedaris, among others. David directed Second City Chicago Mainstage’s No, Seriously, We’re All Gonna Die, Second City LA’s, Encino Evil, The Second City Untitled Project, The Second City Detroit’s acclaimed 19th Nervous Breakdown, and The Second City National Touring Company. He directed two of Amsterdam’s Boom Chicago theatre’s productions– RockStars, and their critically acclaimed Live at the Leidseplein – Your Privacy is Our Business. David is credited with creating Boom’s signature live on-stage video production. He is a member of the Reduced Shakespeare Company, and performed in their sold-out run The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. He is a co-founder of The Annoyance Theatre, and has written for The Simpsons Comic and The Simpsons nationally syndicated Sunday comic strip. David has appeared on Spin City, Roseanne, The Young and the Restless and Late Night with David Letterman as the voice of Albert Brook’s parrot. David and his improv partner, Carrie Clifford, perform Razowsky and Clifford in improv fests around the globe.


Here’s What’s Going on Tonight in South Florida! Don’t be boring! Go!

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Boca Raton – “Spring Awakening” – Center Stage Boca – BUY TICKETS HERE

  • Live Theater performance
  • Takes Place at our home theater
  • Incredible talent
  • PG-13 Rating

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 West Palm Beach – MOD27 – Improv Comedy Show – Bob Carter’s Actor’s RepCLICK HERE FOR EVENT

  • One of the longest running, if not, the longest running improv shows in South Florida
  • Damn Funny actors
  • Affordable to get in
  • Packed houses – get there early

Coral Gables – Just The Funny – Improv Comedy Shows – 9PM and 11PM – CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

  • Our partner improv company in the south putting on some of the best improv comedy in the state
  • 2 shows to choose from
  • Always high energy
  • Beautiful theater setting

Broward – Broward Center For the Performing Arts – Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson – CLICK FOR TICKETS

  • Outre is putting on a big time production in a big time spot
  • See local greatness on a national stage

Miami – The Rift – Cage Free Humans – CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

  • Our improv friends in Miami Putting on nothing but Harolds
  • What’s a Harold?
  • Who Cares.
  • Go See them.
  • Some of the best improv in South Florida


SPC Is Proud To Present Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (As Performed by David Carl)

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We’ve wanted to host and produce comedy shows in addition to improv since we started SPC.  For the first time, Sick Puppies Comedy is bringing one of the most unusual shows currently running in New York; Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (As Performed by David Carl).

 A Multi-Media Theatre Comedy with Puppets
(as Performed by David Carl)
Written by William Shakespeare and David Carl

Created by David Carl and Michole Biancosino
Directed by Michole Biancosino

Sunday, March 8th at 7:30PM


Center Stage Performing Arts Theater.  Tickets Start at $25

7200 W Camino Real #330

Boca Raton, FL 33433


Winner of Outstanding Solo Performance NYFringe 2014
Extended run as part of the NYFringe Encore! Series
“It’s crazy hilarious.” David Cote, Time Out NY (4 stars)

NEW YORK – Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (as performed by David Carl) takes an absurdist romp through Shakespeare, pop culture, and life in the theatre.

Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (as performed by David Carl), is a critically acclaimed multi-media puppet show directed by Michole Biancosino (Artistic Director of the award-winning Project Y Theatre Company), created by Gary Busey (as imagined by David Carl), who has decided he will perform all the parts in Shakespeare’s Hamlet in order to prove that he still has “the chops.” Switching between beat poet narrator, puppeteer, musical theatre singer, action-movie director, and “great” actor, Gary Busey (as imagined by David Carl) plays each scene in the style he feels appropriate. A mix of high and low-brow comedy, Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (as performed by David Carl), celebrates Shakespeare’s play by proving it is still relevant, applicable, and moving in the jaded, celebrity-crazy, meme-obsessed world we (and David Carl) live in.
Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (as performed by David Carl) was produced by Project Y Theatre Company as part of The NY International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) this August at Celebration of Whimsy (aka The C.O.W.), 21A Clinton Street, New York, NY. David Carl received an award for Outstanding Solo Performance. The show was extended as part of the Encore! Series for a run at Baruch Performing Arts Center.
Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (as performed by David Carl) was created as part of the The People’s Improv Theatre (The PIT-NYC) 1st annual SOLOCom Festival in November 2013, where it was a hit among audiences and a standout among the 60 comedy shows featured.
Press about Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (as performed by David Carl):
It’s crazy hilarious Time Out NY (4 stars/Best of FringeNYC)
Gary Busey (as played by David Carl) knocks it out of the park. Pop-Culture Spin
So Demented a concept, it actually works…” New York Post

[MEGA-TOP PICK]: Charismatic and hilarious rising star David Carl transforms into Gary Busey—and portrays child-like Busey doing a one-man version of the psychologically complex masterpiece Hamlet. The result is consistently inventive, joyful, and laugh-out-loud funny. Don’t miss the very best show of the recent SoloCom festival at the PIT upstairs theatre: Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet.
Carl knows Hamlet well enough to f*ck with it… this is a great show for Hamlet fans with a few loose screws. Curtain Up

Press about David Carl:
The guy who played Gary Busey was spectacular…Gary Busey was unbelievable.

I have seen the best impersonation of Gary Busey the world will ever know.
Georgetown Voice

Writer and Performer, David Carl, is a New York actor, improviser, and comedian from Dallas, TX. He is currently playing Gary Busey (Angelo Pappas) in the running hit, Point Break Live! in New York City. He can be seen doing improv every Monday and Sunday at the People’s Improv Theater on LIZA and SKYCOPTER respectively. Other credits include The Awesome 80s Prom (Ken Davenport; NYC), Things That Don’t Happen (Project Y; NYC), The 365 Plays (The Public Theater NYC), Missed Connections (Neighborhood Playhouse), The Power of Me (The PIT NYC), Guiding Light, All My Children, and dozens of voice-overs for radio, TV, and the Internet. In 2009 he won a contest at Stand-Up NY called “Music is a Joke” as his alter-ego Frank Pfefferkorn. In 2011 he won the first PIT Stand-up Competition hosted by Max Newman again as Frank Pfefferkorn. Winner of the NYFringe 2014 Award: Outstanding Overall Solo Performance.

Director, Michole Biancosino, is a co-founding Artistic Director of the award-winning Project Y Theatre Company. Recent directing credits include Lee Blessing’s User’s Guide to Hell, featuring Bernard Madoff with Project Y at Atlantic Stage 2, The Revival by Samuel Brett Williams at Theatre Row, and the musical LoveSick or THINGS THAT DON’T HAPPEN by Lia Romeo at 59E59 Theaters. Her work has been nominated for and won numerous NYIT Awards and has garnered grants from NYSCA, The Puffin Foundation, and the Nancy Quinn Fund. She was the recipient of the Brooklyn Arts Council’s SPARC Award and SDC Gielgud Fellowship in classical directing.

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We Have a Show Tomorrow Night in Boca Raton

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