Thursday, April 27, 2017


WHEN: April 27 - April 29, May 4 - May 6, May 11 - May 13 , 8pm; May 7, 2pm
Single Carrot Theatre, 2600 N Howard St., Baltimore
TICKETS: Tickets only $15!

Baltimore Improv Group’s Unscripted returns to the stage for its 10th year. You bring the props and the suggestions. They’ll create a different play, every night, for ten nights. Discounts are available for current BIG University students—contact your instructor for more info.

Also coming up this month, BIG in the Community!

Join us for a night of laughs art Har Sinai Congregation's BIG Benefit! Spend an evening with friends for food, drinks, a silent auction, and a performance by the Baltimore Improv Group! Proceeds benefit HSC Youth Groups and educational programming!
Info & tickets here!

Join us for Nosh, Nibbles and Giggles at our B.I.G. Benefit!

WHEN: Saturday, April 29 7:00p.m. - 11:00p.m.
Har Sinai Congregation, 2905 Walnut Avenue Owings Mills

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Spend an evening laughing with friends as the Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) performs at Har Sinai Congregation.

Your ticket includes: 2 drink tickets, buffet dinner with choice of Prime Rib, Salmon, and a vegetarian option & silent auction.  Catering provided by Martin's Caterers. Cash bar available for those who wish to purchase additional drinks. All proceeds support HSC youth groups and educational programming.

Har Sinai Congregation is the oldest continuously Reform Jewish Congregation in the United States. Educational programs span all ages, encouraging Congregants to never stop learning. HSC continues to believe  that the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow.

Please visit if you wish to learn more about Har Sinai Congregation.

Questions please contact Lisa Dickler at 410-274-4268 or email

Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) is celebrating its 13th season of bringing comedy to the Greater Baltimore area. BIG performs over 200 times per year in Baltimore City and the surrounding region. For more information please visit the BIG website at

This event is intended for mature audiences