Post 2008 Miami Improv Festival Thoughts

Last night Mod 27 (the improv troupe) performed at the 2008 Miami Improv Festival. First, thanks so much to the Miami Improv Festival Staff for inviting us down. Folks we had another great time with ya’ll. We love the new smaller and more intimate festival. Special thanks to LD for running our tech. Kudos to Just the Funny for the awesome new space and for being such great hosts. You guys are definitely blazing positive trails for the South Florida Improv Scene. To Jeff, Jason, and Mike (aka the boys of “Theatre Strike Farce”), Tom had a lot of fun working with you gents and we are happy to see that more Theatre Strike Force alum are working down here. Give us a shout any time you’d like to work together.

Also for anyone who didn’t understand Tom’s Aaron Burr/Alexander Hamilton reference it was based on this 1993 Got Milk ad:

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A 4 Month Science Experement

We here, at Mod 27 Productions, have some big news for yah’. For the first time ever, Mod 27, the improv troupe, will not be performing at any of our June productions. No we didn’t stu-stu-stutter. For the next 4 months we are trying something different. In an effort to grow our productions, Mod 27 is dividing. Like an ameba, we will divide to form two new troupes.

Dave and Tom will be performing a duo show entitled, “O’Hy-o” (pronounced Ohio). Dustin will be rockin’ his power solo show called, “Silent e”. Also joining us will be the Mod 27 Interns, Stuff That Doesn’t Suck, and Palm Beach Community College’s A.I.T.

We hope you enjoy this latest shuffle in our line up! Check out the new shows and let us know what you think by hitting us up with a comment or e-mailing us at mod27@mod27.com.

Improv Ameba

New Ol’ School Logo

Mod 27 Logo - by Ryan Perez

Ryan Perez goes retro and creates this ol’ school Mod 27 logo. For those of you who don’t know the history of the name Mod 27, it came from a modular classroom (a nice name for a trailer) where our first rehearsals where held on the Palm Beach Community College Lake Worth Campus (ie. modular classroom #27). Much thanks to Ryan for his work. Let us know what you think of the new logo by commenting below.

Free Ticket Offer

Want complimentary tickets to Mod 27 production? Great! The first four people to email mod27@mod27.com, with Infectious Comedy typed in the subject line, will each receive two complimentary tickets to see Stuff That Doesn’t Suck on April 26. Limit two tickets per email address.