B-Town Improv Hoedown will Benefit IU Camp for Teens with Autism

(BLOOMINGTON) – Bloomington residents of all ages are invited to learn, laugh and do some good at the city’s first and only improv festival. The B-Town Improv Hoedown will feature daytime improv workshops for professionals and performers, as well as evening improv comedy shows for all ages.

All proceeds will benefit theater programs, including Camp Yes And, a free summer camp for youths with autism and teachers.

Participants from Camp Yes And perform at the end of the week in 2017.
Participants from Camp Yes And perform at the end of the week in 2017. Photo by Chaz Mottinger, Indiana University

The festival takes place from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Oct. 5 at the Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center. Ticket costs for workshops and performances vary.

More information is available by visiting the Improv Hoedown webpage or calling 812-855-8343.

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