San Diego CA— Have you ever met a comedian who thinks talking is so overrated that he prefers to make you laugh in silence? The Charlie Chaplin of the 21st century joins Finest City Improv on Saturday January 16 from 8 p.m. – 9 p.m. with a one-night-only performance, “Ithamar Has Nothing to Say.”
Finest City Improv invites 65 guests to engage in an hour of wordless antics with the well-known star, Ithamar Enriquez, who demonstrates that silent improv can be just as audacious, hilarious and awkward as its loud, flashy counterpart.
Following the hilarious night of silence, experienced improv and comedy professionals are invited to attend Ithamar’s “master class” on the afternoon of Sunday, January 17 from noon to 3 p.m. as Finest City Improv’s distinguished visiting artist– a monthly theater special.
“Typically, we associate silence with being in a library, a church, meditating, swimming under water or passive aggressive fights with our family. On January 16, silence becomes fun, maybe for the first time ever,” says CEO and Founder of Finest City Improv Amy Lisewski. “Ithamar has enough talent as an improv performer that he doesn’t need the one thing most improvisers rely on: a voice.”
Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Ithamar dug into improv as a performer and writer in the Second City touring company, ETC stage and Main Stage. His comedy chops have earned him roles in Hollywood comedies such as Arrested Development, The League, Key and Peele and Jimmy Kimmel Live.
When Finest City Improv asked Ithamar for a quote for this press release, he had nothing to say.
Tickets to Ithamar Has Nothing to Say are $15 and will be available here beginning today. To register for Ithamar’s master class, please click here. To learn more about Ithamar, click here.
To get involved with Finest City Improv, please visit www.finestcityimprov.com.