“LOL@Artscape” returns with inclusive look at local comedy: stand up improv shows and workshops; and an theater within a U-Haul truck
BALTIMORE – The nonprofit Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) returns as a program partner of LOL@Artscape, which features stand up shows, improv comedy shows, and comedy workshops. Artscape is America's largest free annual arts festival, attracting 350,000+ attendees over three days.
Where: The BIG Theater, 1727 N. Charles St.
When: Friday, July 19 and Saturday at 11am-9pm;
Sunday July 20, 11am-7pm on Sunday
Who: Baltimore Improv Group performers, staff, volunteers
Additional Information about “LOL@Artscape”
Brian E. Young, marketing associate
About The Baltimore Improv Group:
Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) serves as the city’s leading non-profit improv comedy venue. BIG began in 2004 and now entertains with over 120 shows each year. With an annual audience of over 5,000 people, over 100 regular performers present audiences with shows every night of the week. As part of Young Audiences of Maryland (YAMD), BIG performs in assemblies and teaching residencies in Maryland schools.
The BIG Theater opened in October 2017 in Station North. The theater offers 3,000 square feet of space for shows; classes and workshops for adults, kids and teens; a podcast studio; and a lobby connecting actors, comedy performers, and audiences. BIG shows include improv comedy, stand-up, sketch, and more.