A text slide including a photo of a dish of food promoting Crawlspace Eviction's improv comedy show
Image courtesy of Crawlspace Eviction.

Crawlspace Eviction is hosting an improv comedy show called “Ramen” from 8 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21 and 22, at their new venue at 315 W. Michigan Ave. in Kalamazoo.

Tickets cost $13 for general admission and $11 for students. The show only has 50 tickets available on their website through Sept. 19 for the show, which will consist of short-form improv games.

Dann Sytsma, director of Crawlspace Eviction, compared it to “Who’s Line Is It Anyway?” The second half of the show is a long-form improv where they do 20 minutes of scenes from crowd suggestions.

Sytsma says the age range typically is 15 and up, and “at times it can get a bit R rated.”

The Crawlspace Comedy Theatre is being housed in a brand new location at the historic First Baptist Church in Kalamazoo.

“It’s a beautiful performance space, and we couldn’t be more thrilled with how it’s come together,” Sytsma says. “I think people will be surprised by how cool it is.”

For more information, visit https://crawlspacetheatre.com.