About Angel City Improv

Coming to you from Boyle Heights, California! Company of Angels presents, Angel City Improv (ACI), an hour of comedy storytelling from the BIPOC perspective. Join us each month as we perform improv, stand-up, clown and sketch. 

All ticket proceeds benefit our Arts Education Program, where we provide free theater workshops to adults and youth in underserved communities throughout Los Angeles.


Saturday, August 6

ACI Stand-ups: Fernando Sanchez, Karla Espino, Frank Segura, Joe Felix

ACI Improv House Team: Eric Carthen, Eric Ho, Michael Lovato and Nakasha Norwood, Corinne Chooey 

Directed by Sean Michael Boozer 

Produced by Company of Angels Theater (www.companyofangels.org)

Company of Angels


Founded in 1959 by a group of television and film actors that included Richard Chamberlain, Leonard Nimoy, and Vic Morrow, Company of Angels is now the oldest professional theater in Los Angeles. As such it has a revised mission to provide a space for the voices and audiences neglected by the major regional theaters. Company of Angels now produces original work by professional theater artists who reflect the communities that make up the City of Los Angeles and engages residents from low-income communities including Boyle Heights and Skid Row to develop original theater pieces for performance. In this way CoA re-envisions theater to reflect and respond to the richness, diversity, and complexity that is Los Angeles, entertaining new audiences and serving the City of Angels. Since 1959 Company of Angels productions garnered over thirty Los Angeles Drama-Logue Awards including a special award for Continued Excellence, nine Back Stage West Garland Awards, eight Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards (three nominations) including a special award for Distinguished Achievement, six LA Weekly Theatre Awards (three nominations), six NAACP Theatre Awards (four nominations), five Dimension Robby Awards nominations and seven Broadway World Los Angeles nominations. The Company aspires to share and give voice to the many stories that exist in our communities. For more information visit www.companyofangels.org