Upcoming Shows

Tuesday, July 1 - 7 pm
Tuesday, July 8 - 7 pm*
Tuesday, July 14 - 7 pm
Tuesday, July 21 - 7 pm
Saturday, July 25 - 7 pm (T)

*Special TVLand Tribute
(T) = Tuscaloosa, Glory Bound

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Classes

The Positively Funny Improv Comedy Institute provides all sorts of comedy classes. From Improv to Stand-Up, from Comedy Writing to Digital Comedy Short, there is something for everyone!

Upcoming classes:
Youth & Teen Summer Comedy Camp June 23
Level 101 Sketch Comedy Writing June 25
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Announcements

  • Registration is now open for YOUTH & TEEN Summer Comedy Camp. Monday to Friday, starting June 23. To learn more Click Here.
  • PFI will be performing shows in Tuscaloosa starting June 14!
  • PFI will be hosting the First Annual Magic City Comedy Festival coming June 2015!
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Frequently Asked Questions:

What is Improv?
Well Improv is basically where we just make stuff up as we go along. We take suggestions from the audience and use them to create a scene right before your very eyes. Most of the time it's entertaining.
Are you family-friendly?
Pretty much. We try to keep our show at a level that would be acceptable for prime-time television. If it had to be rated it would usually fall between PG and PG-13.
Is this your full-time job?
No. We all have other (real) jobs that pay the bills. We do this because we love it, and we enjoy making (or at least trying to make) you laugh.
Who is Positively Funny, Inc.?
Positively Funny, Inc. is the parent organization that houses Positively Funny Improv, Perform-4A-Purpose, and PFI Creative Corporate Solutions.
How can I help with your work in anti-bullying?
Positively Funny Improv's sister organization, Perform-4A-Purpose welcomes DONATIONS for our work.  Click HERE to help us with a tax-deductible donation.
How else can we help?
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Positively Funny Improv is a sister organization of Perform-4A-Purpose. P4AP's mission is to decrease bullying, suicide, and violence in schools by teaching teens acceptance and confidence through the performing arts. To learn more about
Perform-4A-Purpose, Click Here.