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This Saturday, Odd Lot Improv will be headed to Douglas, GA, to perform A Night of Improv in the historic Martin Centre at 7pm. We’re excited to bring our brand of comedy to a theater with this level of history and as such, this is going to be a night to remember.

Tickets are $15



The time has come upon us!

Odd Lot will be holding auditions for its original stage production, Slotherhouse, on Monday August 15th and Monday August 22nd, at 7pm. Each audition will be held before Odd Lot’s Monday Night Madness show and will consist of cold readings. Also, if you audition, you get to see the Odd Lot show for free! That’s a heck of a deal if we do say so ourselves.

So come on out, audition, stay for Monday Night Madness and pray that the sloth doesn’t use its three toes to creep towards you…

Monday Night Madness (August 08th, 2016)

Variant 1 (c)It’s Monday again. And you know what that means.

It means that Savannah’s favorite comedy team is back with their unique form of unstableness. In the vein of “Whose Line is it Anyway?”, Odd Lot’s Monday Night Madness is a hilarious show, full of fun that adults, parents, and kids alike can enjoy together. At only $5 per ticket, what’s not to love? So come on out and let’s start the show.

On the Spot Murder Mysteries

Tonight, starting at 6:30pm, Odd Lot is back with its weekly, On the Spot Murder Mystery show! Completely improvised and driven by audience suggestions, the always hilarious Odd Lot players will create a deadly, madcap mystery before your very eyes. All the jokes, ideas and even the characters are generated by you and the magic you bring.

Add in a delicious three course meal deliciously prepared by the chefs at the Savannah Coffee Roasters, On the Spot Murder Mysteries is the best way to spend a Friday evening.

Head on over to the Savannah Coffee Roasters website to reserve your tickets and we’ll see you tonight!

What Should Be The Fear: A One Man Shakespeare Show (Aug 08th & Aug 09th)

In 2012 Ralf Jean-Pierre rode his bicycle 4000 miles around the United States performing one-man Shakespeare scenes on the streets by himself. Why? Because he was afraid.

WHAT SHOULD BE THE FEAR is a one-man show that tells the unbelievable true story of a mythic, American vision-quest, featuring oddball characters, an original blues-rap score, a gutsy take on Shakespeare, and one lunatic man.

Co-written and directed by Jolie Tong, experience this unique Shakespearean performance presented by Savannah Shakes, features original music written by guest artist Ralf Jean-Pierre.

Ralf received a BFA in Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art & Design, apprenticed with world renowned clown performer, Eric Davis and studied with Yale Physical Acting & Clowning teacher, Christopher Bayes. Ralf interned at The People’s Improv Theater, where he completed their entire improv program, as well as Dance New Amsterdam, and the Actor’s Movement Studio in NYC.

Thursday, Aug. 4 and Friday, Aug. 5 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are available at the door, suggested donation price:
$10 general admission, $5 seniors, students and military. 


No Odd Lot – June 6th

Odd Lot will not have a show on June 6th, as the theater will be in use by the very talent group of people (some of them Odd Lot peeps) that make up Savannah Shakes. They will be rehearsing for their production of Much Ado About Nothing, set in the 1960’s. It promises to be a great show…check it out! We will be back doing our improvisational thing on June 13th! See you then!



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