The ComedySportz children's show is a pint-sized version of the critically acclaimed short-form improv games. Hosted by a ComedySportz Kidz Coach, the show gives kids of all ages a chance to help create hilarious scenes and stories on the spot, really getting their creative juices flowing. Known for their fast-paced, clean improv, ComedySportz shows are never the same twice -- each show is as unique as its audience members. It's not a comedy show "about" sports, it's the comedy show that "is" a sport. Bring your family and get in on the action!
ComedySportz is a high-energy, family-friendly improv show that is also a competition. Two teams battle for laughs and points as they make up scenes, games and songs on the spot, similar to the popular television show, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" A referee governs the action, calling fouls and taking audience suggestions, and keeps the match moving at a blistering pace. The audience is always a part of this interactive show. As a member of the audience, you will vote for the winning team, and volunteers sometimes even wind up on stage!
"The Blue Show" mixes up bits of all of the comedy improv shows you love. Throw in the fast-paced games of "ComedySportz", add the no-holds-barred elements of TV's "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" and top it off with a dose of the naughty, dark humor of past shows, like "Poppycock", "DCUP" and "Grimprov". The performers are your same pals from "ComedySportz", but now they don't have to hold their tongues. The funny cast is free to say and do whatever pops into their wacky heads. Without stretching to make the material dirty, this show is the result of what happens when people act first, think later.
Tour Of Arlington Cemetery With Special Visit To Fort Myer Stables
Arlington National CemeteryNovember 29, 2014 10:30 AM
1 Memorial Drive
Arlington, VA 22211
Join Speed of Life Tours for a special three-hour walking tour through Arlington Cemetery, our nation's most sacred resting place. See a member of the U.S. Army's elite Honor Guard standing watch at the Tomb of the Unknowns and other sites along the way before venturing on to Fort Myer to get a special behind-the-scenes look at the rarely seen U.S. Army's last horse unit. The Caisson Unit at Fort Myer contains a stable of more than two dozen special horses that pull the caisson during funerals held at Arlington Cemetery. Meet and pet these beautiful horses that serve the Honor Guard in this humble duty.