Building Community through Comedy

Coeur D'Alene's first
Improv Theatre

Comedy Clash!

August 11th + 19th @ 7PM

Improvisers compete in a head-to-head clash of comedy over an hour, being judged by the audience and getting eliminated one-by-one until there is one sole survivor.

Who will be victorious? YOU DECIDE!

Who Are We?

We are Levity Theatre, and we exist to bring people together through laughter and hilarious, light, and original,
improvisational comedy that is for all ages. We aim to excite and educate the Coeur D’Alene community about the art form of improv, and encourage people let loose and embrace their weird. Come see a show or take a class! You won’t regret it.

Our Staff

Technically, we only have one staff member as of yet, but we hope to add more to our team!

Noah Johnson headshot

Noah Johnson

Founder, Improviser

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Tech Supervisor

Someone Else

Public Relations

Exciting Things Are Happening...

Starting Summer 2022, we will be performing improv shows and teaching improv classes! We are always seeking people (performers, students, audience members, wizards, people in trenchcoats, etc.) who are interested in being a part of this project! Join our mailing list to be kept up to date as things happen and progress. Visit our Events to see what we have going on!

If you're interested in being a part of this in any way or would just like to learn more, please email Noah Johnson at levitytheatre@gmail.com! He'd love to connect with you.

Memberships

If you believe in our mission and want to support and keep us going, please consider becoming a member!

You’ll also get some neat things in exchange.

Tiers 1-2 are geared toward online audiences, whereas the tiers 3-5 are geared toward our local Coeur D’Alene audiences.

Tier 1: $5/month

Tier 2: $15/month

Tier 3: $50/month

Tier 4: $75/month

*value of vouchers are based on Friday/Saturday night shows, which cost $15/ticket 

"Improv teaches the importance of support through the act of true listening”​

— Rob Schiffmann

“improvisation is [...] not about what you say. [...] It’s about what you hear.”​

— Paul Merton​

"Just say 'Yes' and you’ll figure it out afterwards."

— Tina Fey