Improv Troupe Performs In-Person for the First Time Since 2019

Andrew Mann, Aman Jaleel, and Rishi Motupalli

After almost two years of practicing, the Greenhill Improv Troupe had their first performance on Nov. 17.

The improv instructor Henry Paolissi says that improv has been one of the harder classes to teach in the pandemic and he has often had to adjust his teaching styles.

Due to the limited seating in the Studio Theatre, students will have to sign up to watch the show, but, there were a few stand-by seats. The first 100 students to receive an email confirmation will get to attend the show.

“As the [COVID-19] situations continue to improve, we are planning several more shows on campus and if possible, one or two off-campus performances as well,” Paolissi said.