Thursday, November 3, 2011
Thursday, August 25, 2011
As you may recall, we held auditions back in July. As a result, we almost doubled in size. It's may pleasure to say that for the most part, we have increased our ranks. Now joining Secret City Comics Society is...
- Cody Wallace
- Jered Lomeli
- Jessica Rose Lowerre
- Keegan Lund
- Sara McLain
- Sarah Buster Brooks
- Taylor Moore
- Tyson Pestner
This weekend, Sarah Buster Brooks will be the first to perform. Please stop by Friday at 8:00 pm or Saturday at 8:30 pm and see how much her training has paid off.
See you this weekend.
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Secret City Comics Society And La Habra High School Team Up To Build A Student-led Improv Comedy Program For The Coming School Year
Secret City Comics Society, an improvisational comedy theater based in Fullerton, CA, is pleased to announce La Habra High School Drama department will continue to be a part of SCCS High School Improv League for the 2011/2012 school year.
Fullerton, CA (PRWEB) August 24, 2011
Secret City Comics Society (SCCS), an improvisational comedy theater located in Fullerton, California, welcomes back La Habra High School as a part of SCCS High School Improv League for another school year.
â€œIn January 2011, we teamed up with Secret City Comics Society to help us build our improv comedy program. SCCS came to our school, trained our students and the following month, we produced our first improv show,â€� says Andrew Border, La Habra High Schoolâ€™s Improv Director. â€œThe professional quality and energy, that SCCS helped bring to our first show, was the confidence boost our student needed to produce more shows throughout the rest of the year.â€�
Alan Ng is the SCCS League Manager. Alan has helped other Southern California high schools in the past train a student-led improv team. This year, he is focusing his attention on North Orange County High Schools. The mission of SCCSâ€™s High School Improv League is to provide the support and structure high school's need to allow students to gain confidence in their ability to think quickly and tell a humorous story on stage.
â€œLa Habra High School is our program's flagship school. Last year, they gave us the enthusiasm and trust we needed to expand our high school improv league to other schools this academic year," says Alan Ng.
SCCS High School Improv League was created with the idea that performing improv comedy is a fun way for students to build self-confidence and express themselves creatively by working together making something out of nothing. SCCS hopes to add six to ten new schools this year. The high school improv comedy league allows students from neighboring schools to perform comedy together in a competition format, while building friendships through laughter.
High schools interested in learning more about Secret City Comics Society High School Improv League can visithttp://www.secretcitycomedy.com/highschoolÂ or contact Alan Ng at 855-467-7687 ext. 0.
About Secret City Comics Society
Secret City Comics Society (SCCS) performs improvisational comedy shows suitable for all ages in downtown Fullerton. The shows feature comedic scenes and games made up by actors based on suggestions from the audience.
SCCS is available to perform shows for private and corporate events. They also offer improv classes to the public and to high school students as part of the Secret City high school improv league.
Posted by Alan Ng at 1:21 PM
Saturday, June 18, 2011
I guess this is our first official post after the opening weekend. For Bryan and myself, the road to opening day was a long one. We had a lot of red tape to cut and last minutes negotiations with the dance studio and the building owner. But we opened to a fantastic weekend.
Now we're in the unenviable position of building a following. We were told that we'd have a great opening weekend and by the 3rd week attendance would drop after all of our friends and family have come to the show. All this is true. We are in the fan building process.
For those of you who have been to the show, thank you for your support. It is greatly appreciated and we hope to see you back soon.
For those of you who have not yet been to our show, I encourage you to clear a Friday or Saturday night before we live up to our tagline "Comedy's Best Kept Secret." I can't tell you how proud I am of our inaugural cast: Alex Queen, Amy Valdez, Audrey Grace, Chuck Hayes, Daniel Eachus, Dimithri Perera, Kristen Ferris, Leah Burnette, Loren Kling, Manuel Ortiz, Marc Chester, Michael Garate, Rocco Ambrosio, Stefanie Curtis, Vivian Martinez and Jeff Parks, who was a week away from actually being in the show before he moved to Washington DC.
Our shows have been excellent for a cast that has been performing together since January. You really need to come down and see this talented group. You won't be disappointed.
We're here every Friday at 8:00 p.m. and Saturday nights at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. for now until forever.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Sunday, May 29, 2011
After months of lease negotiations and government red tape, we are finally opening our doors to the public. Join us starting Friday, June 3rd. The Fullerton Chamber of Commerce will be on hand for a ribbon cutting ceremony and our show starts at 8:00 p.m.
In case, you're new. We are the Secret City Comics Society. We believe that we can stop crime through the use of improvisational comedy. We can save lives by making up scene on-the-spot based on suggestions from the audience.
The reality is that we're the newest improv comedy show in Orange County. Located in Downtown Fullerton, our shows are every Friday and Saturday nights. Check us on our website: Secret City Comics Society. Orange County Improv Comedy.