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How Improv Asylum can help you throw a holiday party in three easy steps

So you got stuck with planning the annual holiday party, but you have no idea what to do — and no time to do it. Enter: Improv Asylum.

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No joke, this is the easiest way to plan a (very Instagrammable) holiday party.

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Let’s be real: Celebrating special occasions is great, but actually planning a party is not that fun — especially during the holidays when you have a million other things going on. Today, we’re sharing three simple steps for throwing an unforgettable (and hilarious) holiday party.

Step 1: Get in touch with Improv Asylum

We’re not kidding around — Improv Asylum is Boston’s best-kept secret when it comes to holiday parties. Not only do they host improv classes, team-building workshops, and fully-packed schedule of shows, they also have an experienced, in-house event staff that produces high-quality events.

Step 2: Work with the team to customize your event

Every private show, holiday party + special event is different, and the Improv Asylum team works directly with you to create a unique experience appropriate for the occasion.

After getting in touch with the staff, they’ll walk you through the following decisions:

  • Location: You can go to Improv Asylum, or they can come to you — and they can even produce an impressive high-quality virtual event (hello, remote work parties).
  • Refreshment: Thanks to Improv Asylum’s contact list of event partners (think: food, DJs + decor), all you have to do is tell them what you want.
  • Making it personal: This is the best part. You’ll fill out a questionnaire to give performers info on your workplace culture and key individuals to either portray on stage or pull up and interviewall in the spirit of work-appropriate fun.
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When it comes to planning a memorable event, Improv Asylum isn’t kidding around.

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Step 3: Enjoy the show

According to Improv Asylum, the element of surprise is the best part of every show, since the audience has no idea it’s about them. Performers use a combination of on-the-spot comedy, info from the survey, and audience volunteers to leave your whole team in stitches.

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