Improv comedy is the jazz of theater.
Performers have to listen, connect, react, and follow their inspiration to strange and unknown places. It’s exciting, it’s often surprising, and most importantly, it’s really, really fun.
Cafe Coda on Williamson Street is known for hosting stellar jazz acts from all over the world, but on October 5, they will shift gears and welcome Madison’s own Yes Ma’am (presented by Monkey Business Institute) to their stage.
Yes Ma’am is a joyful mashup of improv comedy and real-life stories from the women of Monkey Business for audiences of all genders. Featuring a cast of accomplished actors, musicians, composers, and standup comedians drawn together by a love of improv and each other, this weird and wonderful show has been a favorite in Madison and comedy festivals around the Midwest since October, 2016.
Seven years of playing and riffing together should make the women of Yes Ma’am feel right at home in Madison’s house of jazz!
Show starts at 7pm.
Monkey Business Institute wants our audience, performers, and support team to be healthy and safe. Masking and vaccination are encouraged but not required. Many of our performance areas are small spaces with little air circulation. If you have any COVID or flu symptoms, or test positive, please stay home to keep others safe. Just notify us of the situation, and we’ll be happy to refund you the tickets.
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