Monkey Business Institute
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|Limited liability company|
|Founded 📆||Madison, Wisconsin, United States (March 23, 2004 )|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
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Each Saturday, Monkey Business Institute cast members put on two performances in the basement of the Glass Nickel Pizza Co.'s Madison east side location. An early show, with content focused on an audience of families, is followed by a late show, geared toward more traditional short form improv.
Monkey Business Institute also provides specialty workshops for businesses and teaches classes to individuals wanting to learn improv comedy techniques. During the summer, classes specifically for youth, ages 8 to 13, are offered.
A number of Monkey Business Institute cast members have appeared in the works of Matt Sloan and Aaron Yonda, creators of Chad Vader: Day Shift Manager. Also part of the company is comedian Sean Moore. The group's workshops have also enjoyed national recognition, by inclusion in national conferences such as GenCon.
Monkey Business Institute has won several awards in the Madison area. In 2009, Isthmus named it the readers' choice for Madison's Favorite Comedy/Improv. In 2010, Madison Magazine listed Monkey Business Institute among its "Best of Madison" in the Arts Group category.
- Conklin, Melanie. "Monkeying Around Becomes an Institution," Wisconsin State Journal, Mar. 2, 2007.
- Joyce, Jason. "Funny or Die: Would be improv comedian tries out for Monkey Business Institute," Isthmus, (Madison, WI), June 14, 2012.
- Kiddoo, Hannah. "Comedy on the Spot: Madison's Improv Troupe Has a Following," Madison Magazine, July, 2010.
- Fiore, Jenny. "And now... Madison’s Moms of Comedy," BRAVA Magazine, (Madison, WI), March, 2012. Pgs. 44-47.
- Cotant, Pamela. "School Spotlight: Improv teaches kids to collaborate on comedy," Wisconsin State Journal, November 1, 2011.
- Mills, Emily. "Madison makes 'em laugh," Isthmus, (Madison, WI), October 16, 2009.
- Robbins, Dean. "2009 Madison's Favorites: Arts & Entertainment," Isthmus, (Madison, WI), August 20, 2009.
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