Laughs Return to the Vault this Summer with Consensual Improv
Aspen, CO (June 6, 2023): The Wheeler Opera House presents “Consensual Improv in the Vault” on Tuesday, August 15 at 7:30 PM, in the Vault at the Wheeler. The Wheeler is excited to bring local laughs together with the world-class talent of Consensual Improv. Tickets for Consensual Improv are $28 and are on sale July 7th at noon, at the Wheeler Opera House Box Office, by calling 970.920.5770 or visiting aspenshowtix.com). Space is limited in the Vault, so plan to get your tickets in advance! The Wheeler Opera House is located at 320 E. Hyman Ave., Aspen, CO.
Consensual Improv formed in 2016 and has been winging it ever since. Composed of comedians and actors living in Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley, their shows are an interactive and hilarious journey with the audience at the helm. The group has been a regular at the Aspen Laugh Festival and shared the bill with Trevor Noah, Second City, and the late, great Norm MacDonald. Current members include Al Atkinson, Kristin Carlson, Gerald DeLisser, Eliphalet (Miller) Ford, Nina Gabianelli, Emily Henley, Ryan Honey, Brian Keleher, Mike Monroney, Zoe Rom, Jeff Patterson, Jack Trembath, and Cassidy Willey.
“We are really excited to be back for a show in the Wheeler Vault,” said Ryan Honey, long-time Consensual Improv cast member. “The Aspen audiences are always a blast, and for the members of Consensual Improv that live in Aspen, it’s especially convenient. So convenient, in fact, those very same members have declared August 15 Bike-to-Work-Day. How nice for them. The rest of us will start training now, so we are in good enough shape to bike to Aspen, be hilarious, and then bike home. If you’ll excuse me, I need to get on my Peloton.”
At Consensual Improv, they know that Improv is for everybody! That’s why they have a full schedule of live performances and workshops that can help you have more fun and embrace the art of improv in your life! For more information visit, consensualimprov.com and follow @Consensualimprov.
“From late June to late August, the Wheeler is home to the opera and vocal arts program of the Aspen Music Festival and School,” said Lisa Rigsby Peterson, executive director of the Wheeler Opera House. “Activating the fully renovated lobby space for presenting and hosting events allows the Wheeler to meet our vision of making connections in our community year-round.”