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An all-new improvised show featuring faculty and students of the Second City Training Center.
Magic is all around us, literally! Have you ever wondered if your babysitter was a secret witch? Have you ever thought about the private life of your favorite magician? And, how do all those bunnies feel when they're pulled out of hats? Well, now you'll know! Impractical Magic is a sketch show that explores the world of magicians, witches and wizards outside of the realm of a traditional magic show!
Sunday, October 27th at 1:00pm! Come see what the Conservatory 6 students have been working towards for a year. Tickets: $10 general admission/FREE for Second City Training Centre students with...
UNDER YOUR SKIN is a solo cabaret written by Jackie Smook, featuring opera and jazz selections from the ages.
Comedy Central’s Dulcé Sloan (@dulcesloan) is one of the sharpest, fastest-rising voices in comedy, and she's grabbing the mic for three nights of stand-up at The Second City’s UP Comedy Club January 3-5! The performances will be hosted by three-time Second City NBCUniversal Break Out Comedy Festival performer Alex Kumin and will feature another Comedy Central face, Dave Helem.
A show for the days where it's dark as you leave work, when you want to curl up on the couch with a blanket, but you force yourself to get out anyways to remember that there's a whole world out there.
Follow four late night Bean security guards through their nightly duties, hijinks, and emotional moments in this 50 minute semi improvised play.
NOTE: Located on the 2nd floor with stair access only The Second City Hollywood cares about the safety and wellness of our audience members, students, staff, and performers above all else. Read...
A fast paced improvised show weaving together thematic threads to make connections both odd and intimate.
A theatrically driven show inspired and written by a young, intelligent, witty, faith driven, woman who loves theatre and making a meaningful impact in the world. Thematically "Dream Kween" celebrates being a woman, honoring blackness, valuing education, healing, uplifting others, culture, empowerment on many levels, hip-hop, and love through a variety of theatrical mediums. While witty in its nature, this show generates a deep and vulnerable discussion on issues surrounding, self-love, advocacy for education, financial freedom, reparations of many kinds, life pro-tips, bra issues, feeling safe in the current world, and persevering through any challenge life presents you. You will laugh, maybe shed a tear, and leave with moments of wit to take with you.