Lux Improvitas, founded in 2011, is a long-form improv group at Yale that specializes in performing improvised plays.
Welcome, class of 2021
If you're on campus for Bulldog Days, we'd love to see you!
Come to our workshop, Monday at 3:30-4:40 PM in the Branford Trumbull Room, at the base of Harkness Tower. We'll do some improv and get to know each other - no prior improv experience necessary!
Come see us perform an improvised play on Tuesday at 9pm in the JE Theater (Jonathan Edwards College Entryway G), and stick around to hang out with us afterwards (with refreshments)!
Hang out with us at the all-improv-group pizza party, Tuesday at 10:30pm in the Berkeley Multipurpose room.
Questions? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Founded in 2011, Lux Improvitas is Yale's long-form improvisational play company. In each of our shows, we perform two plays that have never been seen before and will never be seen again. Though all the plays we improvise tell a story, no story two stories are ever the same or told in the same way. In the past, our plays have been inspired by Victorian novels, detective stories, witchcraft and wizardry, and so much more.
That's Lux Improvitas so far. We can't be sure where we're going next, but we're excited to find out!