Learn How To Do a Back Handspring and Other Classes For Adults (Philadelphia Inquirer, October 12, 2015)

"If you're an adult, you know how to be funny even if you don't think you're funny," she said. "You have to let go, not think too much, and find your inner kid." (link)

Mr. Darby Goes to New York: Double Time, All The Time (FringeArts Blog, July 7, 2015)

Darby has also began comedy improv through ComedySportz Philadelphia. Improv has influenced the young actor to take acting risks. “I realized how even my scripted work could benefit from me letting go more and really focusing on what is going on around me moment-to-moment. Not only do I listen better, I now have a sense that my next line adds to the scene.” (link)

The Latest Way For Seniors To Stay Sharp: Improv (Philadelphia Inquirer, July 2, 2015)

"It's recess for adults," said Kristin Finger, education director at ComedySportz Philadelphia. "In improv, you can be 70 years old and act like a 7-year-old on the swing set. We all need that." (link)

Behind The Footlights Interview: Dave Jadico (Delaware County Magazine, July 2015)

Improv Is On The Rise In Philadelphia (Philadelphia Inquirer, September 19, 2014)

Throughout the years, Philadelphia has seen a steady rise in both interest and participation in improv theater. Philly’s ComedySportz just celebrated two decades of laughs. (link)

ComedySportz Unites Talents At World Cafe Live (South Philly Review, July 25, 2013)

“I value having the opportunity because my improv training helped me to embrace and jump into the unknown without fears and judgments, and that’s helped me to increase my range as an actor,” Greer, whose tenure with the laugh-inducing troupe lasted from shortly after its 1993 inception to 2000, said. “I see this as a big deal to me as an entertainer.” (link)

ComedySportz's 20 Year Wining Streak (Philadelphia Inquirer, July 13, 2013

Montrey also noted that the appeal of ComedySportz transcends generations. "We've had shows where on one side of the audience there's a group of 10-year-olds, and on the other side of the audience is a group of 65-year-olds, and in the middle of the audience there's a bachelorette party," he said. "And they're all having a great time." (link)