The 4th Annual Skyline Improv Festival
May 10-12, 2018
Skyline High School, 3251 E 3760 S, SLC, UT 84109

Submissions are now open!

Troupe Submissions: 3/11/2018
Performer Submissions: 3/25/2018

Submissions for troupes and performers to the 4th annual Skyline Improv Festival (May 10-12, 2018) are currently open! To submit, first make sure you have a profile at Then, go to:… to submit your troupe, or to submit as a high school individual.

**NEW** Instructors for the 4th annual Skyline Improv Festival will include Kathleen Kenny (from Florida's The Actor's Rep Improv), and Josh Nicols (from California's Spectacles Improv Engine)!

If you are:

- A professional adult or collegiate improv group that can produce an engaging performance that is suitable for high school audiences,

- A high school improv group that is looking to experience a national improv festival,

- A professional improv teacher that is interested in guiding the next generation of the nation's best improvisors, or

- A high school student that wants to learn and perform with other talented like-minded high school improvisors,

Then the Skyline Improv Festival wants YOU to submit!

The Skyline Improv Festival is a national festival that focuses on the high school improvisor. The festival brings together the very best improv performers and teachers to produce shows and teach workshops geared toward high school communities. We are looking for engaging performance groups and enthusiastic teachers who are comfortable performing for, and working with high school students.

The festival also serves as a showcase and celebration of the very best high school improvisors and improv programs. We're looking for high school performance groups who are skilled at improv, who are driven to learn more, and who want to show off their program to a national audience. (Both long form and short form programs are encouraged to apply.)

We are also accepting submissions for individual high school age performers who aren't necessarily part of a performance group or program, but who would like to attend the festival, take workshops, and perform as part of an impromptu ensemble. PLEASE NOTE: Only high school age (14-18) performers will be considered as individual performers. All adult performers should submit as part of a group (or as a solo performance act).