IGP is super psyched to be included in this Splitsider article, especially since it includes so many of our improv friends! Check it out to read about IGP and 11 other great college groups around the country.
Category Archives: Website
We created a website for the Laugh Riot Festival XIV: “BANANAS EVERYWHERE.” Check it out! bananaseverywhereigp.tumblr.com
If you tried to stop by our website any time in the last three weeks or so, you quite likely found our usual friendly home page replaced by a ghastly error message. This is because, sadly, somebody decided to hack … Continue reading
As you may have noticed, the website has been down for nearly a month. This was due to a combination of… 1. Some weird error that wasn’t immediately obvious 2. Your humble webmaster being on break and then having to … Continue reading
Come to the Fong Auditorium in Boylston Hall (location here) this Friday, October 10, at 8:00 for some amazing free improv comedy starring IGP’s newest members. Come see Graham, Asher, Aneliese, and Ben in their first performance with IGP! Also, … Continue reading
IGP’s alums are, by and large, an awesome bunch. So awesome that when they, say, direct a critically acclaimed comedy from producer Judd Apatow starring Jason Segel, Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, and Russell Brand that’s totally coming out on DVD … Continue reading
I’d just like to draw everybody’s attention to the big update on the videos page: the music video for IGP’s rap song, “Immediate Gratification.” We’ve also reshuffled a few things on the bios and alums page, as some of our … Continue reading
check it out, there is show tonight!
Our newest movie, I G Phame, has been posted on the movies page. Check it out. We might not be having a show in Harvard for a little while (although all you Yalies and New Yorkers better watch out), but … Continue reading
Check out all our new stuff: 1. Our video from our last show starring our newest members, IGP Noir, is now uploaded to the Videos page. 2. The banner has been updated. Bonus points for anyone who can identify what … Continue reading