Birmingham's Premier Professional Improvisational Theatre Company
Celebrating TEN YEARS of Hilarity - 2008-2018!
Come help us celebrate TEN YEARS of improv hilarity in the Magic City!
ETC's Tenth Anniversary Show
August 17 & 18 at 8:00pm
These shows will be at Theatre Downtown. Need more info?
Check out their Venue Page!
ETC celebrates 10 years of hilarity with a show full of the very first show's Vulcan's Underpants games, as well as
reminiscences, behind the scenes stories, and all kinds of surprises. Whether you've been with us all ten years, or
are coming to your first show, we promise a whole bunch of laughter with Birmingham's longest running improvisational
Advance Tickets: $8*
Walk-Up Tickets: $10 at the door
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ETC Remembers J'Mel R. Davidson June 9, 1975 - August 10, 2018
J'Mel was our dear friend, and one of ETC's founding players. Having improvised with several of us in both
torrential downplay and The Feminist Debutante Guild, which he founded, J'Mel was part of our
team long before ETC first hit the stage in 2008. ETC has grown on the solid foundation that J'Mel helped us
The ETC family is heartbroken for our loss. However, we take comfort in the many years of laughter J'Mel shared
with all of us. He will be profoundly missed.
Check out our FEATURED CLIP!! WARNING: This clip contains some adult language and themes. Viewer discretion is advised.
From the ETC Vault: From Season One's Halloween Show - A father (Christopher Davis) takes his son (J'Mel
Davidson) to The Screening Room Adult Theatre to "become a man." However, the son's fascination with a local
clown fancier takes things in a whole other direction. Hosted by Debbie Smith - October 31, 2008 at Playhouse.
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.