Playing select Saturday nights at 7:00 PM.
Tickets are $8 advance, $10 door.
In the improv justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the audience, who suggest crimes and the players, who deliver justice by the seats of their robes. These are their stories. (bum BUM)
Law and Disorder is an improvised courtroom comedy show in which you play jury and executioner. You suggest a crime, and you decide the defendant's fate! This is 'Merica, after all, and mob justice is the best kind.
Each show, a defendant from the team is put on trial for an offense suggested by audience members. The case is presented by attorneys for the prosecution and defense, and scenes are inspired by witness testimony. At the end of the show, the verdict and sentencing is decided by the audience.
Vanessa Nicole Ortiz
Vincent Thomas is a Denver native, and a student at Metropolitan State University of Denver. He was born in the year of our Lord, 1996, on Canada day. He did so only to steal attention from Canada, a country with whom he shares nothing but a deep affinity for maple syrup. His hobbies include: bird watching, sobbing into pasta, and avoiding vigorous exercise.
Cheyenne Martin-Renaissance is a Colorado native but she isn't snooty about it. She is snooty about what goes on a hot dog and whether or not it's okay to wear socks with deck shoes (mustard and onions only, and never ever). Cheyenne fears wasps and baby dolls, but thinks you're all right.
Paula Lee, a Colorado native, has worked in the tech industry since 2006. She enjoys doodling with a pen because you can't erase... you JUST CAN'T erase your mistakes! Her hobbies include being anal retentive, aerial tissue, acroyoga, and improv -- where she can get rid of her seriousness and unleash the craziness within her!
Michael Jeffries hails from the mean streets if Des Moines, IA where everyone has a song in their heart and a switchblade in their pocket. After graduating college in 2014, he decided to drive towards the sweet, sweet, glow of Denver that has drawn all of us human moths. Outside of improv, Michael enjoys performing stand up, dogs, and going to the woods for a while to see what happens.