Community through Comedy
Coeur D'Alene's first
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Who We Are
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.
What we do
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All of our monthly memberships will give you discounts on tickets to our regular shows!
Must be present to redeem vouchers, may not transfer vouchers, guests must be accompanied by paying Member.
*value of vouchers are based on regular Friday/Saturday night shows, which cost $15/ticket
We perform improv shows and teach improv classes! Our classes run in 4-week sessions every every month, and we have regular workshops, and you can find upcoming shows on our Shows page! We are always seeking people (performers, students, audience members, wizards, people with weird hats, etc.) who are interested in being a part of this! Join our mailing list to be kept up to date as things happen.
Our main goal for 2023 is to find a space to call our own!
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 email@example.com! He'd love to connect with you.
Some of our favorite quotes about improv
"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
"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing."— George Bernard Shaw