Shows

Our main company performs two shows every Friday and Saturday night at our theater. Click here for directions and information on where to park. Tickets cost $8, or $5 with a student ID, and can be purchased at the door. Reservations can be made for groups of four or more people by texting or calling (608) 259-9999.


8PM - TheatreSports

Two teams of performers face off through fast-paced comedy improv. Audience members fuel the show by yelling out suggestions and participating onstage, so no two shows are alike. It's appropriate for all ages and is a sure-fire way to have a fun night out.


10PM Friday - Double Feature

Every Friday at 10pm, Atlas takes you to the movies with a long-form Double Feature. Action! Adventure! Romance! Trailers! We've got the whole cinematic package, not to mention one free concession with the price of your ticket! We'll see you at the movies!


10PM Saturday - The Showcase

Our highly-trained improvisers bring long-form improv to the stage in The Showcase. Featuring two exciting formats, we bring Madison something new from the frontiers of improv comedy. Check out our Weaves, Armandos, La Rondes, Shakespeares, and more in this always fantastic show.


9:30PM First Thursday - Atlas Unplugged

Atlas Unplugged is our monthly late-night (for a weeknight, anyway) improv show with no stage lights, no music, and all service. On the first Thursday of the month, join us for our AtlasCat format, where we turn true stories from the audience into a solid hour of fast-paced, improvised sketch comedy. It's just house lights, us, and you, and a bus-load of laughs. And all for just 2 bucks.


Other Performances

Teams of improvisers that we've trained and other groups in the community perform on the Atlas Improv stage too.


Directions and Parking

Atlas Improv Company is located at 609 E. Washington Ave. Parking is available behind the building.




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