Carleton improv team explores “internal affairs”

The Carleton Improv Association (CIA) is a club made up of Carleton students that practice and perform the art of improvisational theatre. They practice twice a week and regularly participate in competitions—one of which being the continent-wide College Improv Tournament. They were awarded second place in the New York regional match, meaning they have a chance to earn a wild card spot in February in Chicago.

On Nov. 30, they held a competition of their own at Cantina Sur. Titled Internal Affairs, the competition pitted four teams made of up CIA members—The Velcro Underground, imProvidence, Thanks Grandma and Special Victims Improv—against each other.

The CIA posts information about upcoming performances on their Facebook page.