This fast-paced, funny night features our top cast making you (and themselves) laugh while waiters bring drinks to your table.
MUSICAL IMPROV SPECTACULAR
Next show: May 18 @ 20:00
Special Guest: Margôt Ros
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Musical Improv Spectacular
Every Wednesday, come watch a Musical Improv Comedy show that is unscripted and unique each time! Expect an uplifting blend of comedy and music in each show.
Buckle up for a night of laughter, dance, and song to satisfy your musical comedy needs! The show revolves around a fascinating guest storyteller who inspires the Boom cast. This becomes a starting point for original, improvised scenes and spontaneous songs based on their stories.
Special guest May 18: Margôt Ros
She is an actress and director known for, among other things, Toren C, a crazy, comedy TV program in which she portrays different characters together with actress and good friend Maike Meijer. During a performance in January 2018, Ros ran into an iron beam in the dark and got a concussion. She wrote the book Brain Suspension with her partner Jeroen Kleijne. May 18th she’s the star of our show!
Special guest May 25: Jurgen Theuns
He is a Dutch actor, comedian, presenter and voice actor . He voices the voice of Fanboy in the Nickelodeon – aired animated series Fanboy and Chum Chum , Thomas the Tank Engine, the narrator of the Teletubbies, and Dug from the movie Early Man.
In 2005 Theuns played in the musical Naked Boys Singing , in which eight male actors performed naked and singing. In 1996, together with Marijn de Langen, he won the jury, audience and personality award at the 10th Groninger Studenten Cabaret Festival.
His autobiographical performance GOOD BOY will premiere in 2021 (with Valentijn Banga, directed by Ewout Eggink). As a presenter he is associated with the Amsterdam Kleinkunst Festival. Theuns also works as a director, teaches game improvisation at THOPSS and has his own production company.