Spotlight Thursday: Spontaneous Comedy Company

The Spontaneous Comedy Company performs on the new “Spotlight Thursday” series in the Jazz Cave at the Nashville Jazz Workshop on Thursday, December 15th, 2022 at 7:30pm CST (Doors at 7:00pm).

The new Thursday series features artists not ordinarily seen in our weekend concerts, and this zany improv comedy troupe is just one of the unpredictable bookings to come!

Live Performance Tickets ($35)

The Spontaneous Comedy Company is a powerhouse of professional actors who take on the challenge of instantaneous live performance based on suggestions from the audience.

The SCC is Frank Rains, Jr., Carolyn German, Jackie Welch-Schlichter, and Josh Childs. They’ve regaled audiences at NJW many times with their blend of wit, charm, and music. And of course each performance is different because the audience supplies the cues! For this performance they’ve added a couple guests to the mix – prominent local actors Jarvis Bynum and Marin Miller. And of course there’s our good friend Kevin Madill on keyboard supplying the musical foundation!
Please join us for an evening of comedic and musical mayhem!

Policies: The Jazz Cave is a BYOB establishment, with no alcohol or food service. You are free to bring alcoholic beverages and snacks. We sell soft drinks and bottled water. The Jazz Cave is a listening room, and we ask patrons to keep conversation to a minimum and silence cell phones. Audio and video recording is prohibited. TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. We do not issue refunds. Masks are recommended for all patrons.

About Spontaneous Comedy:

Nashville’s premiere improv comedy group is made up of Jackie Welch-SchlicherFrank Rains Jr., Carolyn German, and Josh Childs, with Kevin Madill on the keyboard. Spontaneous Comedy has been bringing instantaneous comedic performances to Nashville audiences since 1998. With combined professional experiences that run from Musical Theater to Jazz, from Feature Film to National Commercials, and include writing, directing, performing, film-making, composing, and some serious goofing-off, it is no surprise that SCC has such a dedicated following. The Spontaneous Comedy Company keeps it PG-13. (Which is tougher for them, but lots wittier, and isn’t that what it’s all about?)