The Spontaniacs! deliver a one-two punch of short-form and long-form comedy improv.

Our next show:
The Spontaniacs Spring up Again

Like a bad weed, the Spontaniacs have popped up once again. Don’t worry – we’re not hear to kick up your allergies or ruin your yard. We’re back to entertain Tulsa with an amazing night of improv.

Our 90-minute show combines short sketch work like “Whose Line is it Anyway” with long form storytelling that mixes up genres, acting styles and random suggestions. This month, watch the Spontaniacs bring out a 3-headed lounge singer, create instant musical theatre, deliver a fast-paced dose of sex-ed and more!

Don’t waste your weekend – come join the fun!

Saturday, April 23, 8 p.m.
The PH House, 306 S. Phoenix Ave.
(1/2 mile west of the BOK Center on 3rd St.)
Admission: $8
(918) 851-3482 for more info


 

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The Opulent Century Building

The Century Building has many stories. This is one of them. Join us now for another episode of Stories of The Century!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stories of The Century parodies radio soap operas of yesteryear. Each daffy episode presents an improvised story taking place within the unfathomably tall and opulent Century Building. Inside this self-contained microcosm of the outside world, listeners will find everything from a 1930’s movie studio to a radio broadcasting company. There are restaurants, dry cleaners, beauty parlors, florists, and even a pig farm. The adventures center around such characters as movie mogul Leonard Leroy, his blonde-to-the-brain secretary Miss Jones, washed up former movie siren Monique DuFromage, British blackguard and co-producer Cyril Sedgewicke, and Ed Nauseam, talent agent to the deformed. Yes, The Century Building has many stories and only The Spontaniacs! could make them this funny!

 

The Latest Episode: Episode 13: “Eric Terrell” (Stories of The Century)

Seeking an atmosphere more tropically breezy than greasy, proprietress Betty Booby hires a musician of marginally measurable merit to entertain her diner’s diners. But when the resultant depletion of brew threatens the demise of her enterprise, Magna Motion Pictures co-producer Cyril Sedgewicke barley hops to it in time with a scheme to save the suds. Yet his partner, Leonard Leroy, may be due to rue he did pursue Miss Jones to do it through.

If you liked this episode, you’ll LOVE the others! Check out our archive of past episodes!