High School League

ComedySportz High School League® empowers students to create their own theatre and nourishes their communication skills through improvisational theatre workshops and performances. It encourages their individuality and provides the forum to succeed or fail in a safe environment that combines showmanship and sportsmanship. The League provides an extracurricular activity that goes beyond stage work into everyday situations. And the students just think they’re having fun!

We play improvisation as a team sport, with two teams “competing” for audience laughs. The stage is covered in turf, there’s a referee and the players are in uniform. It’s not comedy about sports; it’s comedy played as a sport. Because everyone knows what a sport is, there is immediate buy-in from the audience. People who have never been to the theatre before walk through the door because they’re not intimidated. Because it’s improvisational, it’s always different, and you will have fans that come to every performance.

Improv involves amazing life-skills that kids need to succeed! (We just don’t tell them that or none of them would sign up.)

We train your kids to produce their own improv theatre production.

  • An adult professional coach is assigned to your school all year so that your kids feel comfortable and so that you have a colleague who will work with you to help your kids grow.
  • Once your show is launched, you can perform it as often or little as you would like. It’s a revenue opportunity for your school and your program.
  • We train your student managers to step up as leaders.
  • Once the tradition is started, the returning kids will lead and teach the newer kids, and the process becomes even easier.

How CSz High School League benefits you:

  • ComedySportz professionals come to your school to train your students in confidence, teamwork, and improvisation
  • Take workshops at The Establishment with other high school students in the area
  • Perform at The Establishment
  • Perform at your school to help you raise money
  • Perform at area high schools to connect teams together