Birmingham's Premier Professional Improvisational Theatre Company
Cracking up the Magic City since 2008!
Basketball, topical pain relief, pizza, auto insurance, and... LOVE?!
February 10 & 11 at 8:00pm
These shows will be at Birmingham Festival Theatre. Need more info?
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When a celebrity who moonlights as some kind of crazy genie decides that love is in the air, he makes it his mission to help love conquer all! After a sports career and a slew of endorsements, our own "Love Shaq" pops in to uncross the stars of romance and help ordinary mortals in their quest for companionship with only his trademark style and some help from the audience. Will the characters manage to fall under his spell, or will they be forever parted never to love again? Only time and our favorite TV pitchman will tell!
Advance Tickets: $8*
Walk-Up Tickets: $10
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Check out our FEATURED CLIP!!
From the ETC Vault: From Season 2, it's a Day in the Life of Easy Goin' Steve. On Steve's (Mike Cunliffe) day
off from the Steam Factory with his wife, Mrs. Steve (Arik Sokol), his boss, Mr. Stokes (Douglas O'Neil, Jr.),
calls him in to fix a problem with the coil. After consulting with his buddy, Frank (Tanner McCracken), Steve
decides the day would be better spent in the boudoir. Hosted by Debbie Smith at BFT, October 3, 2009.
Check out our former Featured Clips on our YouTube Channel!
The Extemporaneous Theatre Company, founded in 2008, is a repertory-style
company comprised of professional artists in theatre, comedy, and a variety of
sub specialties. Our goal is multi-faceted:
to provide the Birmingham Metropolitan community with quality improvised
to work with other artists to bolster the art of live theatre in our
to offer quality improvisational training workshops to students, the
community, and corporations, and
to have a mighty good time doing it!
In 2013, Extemporaneous Theatre Company was acquired by ETC Productions - an
Alabama Nonprofit Corporation. Through ETC Productions, The Extemporaneous Theatre
Company has obtained 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.