1626 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO 80905 | (719) 465-6321
Now Celebrating Our 20th Season!
Creating new theatre for the Pikes Peak region

April 1 @ 7:30

April 1 & May 6

Tickets: $15 

ONLINE TICKETS  or CALL 719-465-6321

The RiP is back at the MAT in 2022-2023!   Don’t miss this opportunity to laugh at, and with, your favorite professional funny folks.  They’re busting out some old favorites and creating some new magic based on your suggestions.  Join us as as we start off  the season with a great cacophony of laughs!

The RiP improv troupe has created unscripted laughs together for over thirteen years and present short-form, long-form, and musical improvisational comedy that is sure to have you laughing until you cry!  No two shows are ever the same, so… be prepared for an off-the-cuff, top-of-the-head, tip-of-the-tongue experience – and be ready for some audience participation to boot!



All Ticket sales are final and there are no refunds on ticket purchases.  Ticket purchasers may exchange their tickets for another performance of the SAME show if the exchange is made at least 2 hours prior to the scheduled performance.  No exchanges will be made after a performance has passed. All exchanges are based upon availability.

To exchange your tickets please call  the MAT Box Office at 719-465-6321 or visit us in person during our box office hours.


MAT Seating chart

The MAT seats 109 patrons in a proscenium theatre with stadium style seating. Every seat at the MAT has excellent sight lines and acoustics.

All seating is assigned. If you have any special seating needs, or would like to request a specific seat, please call the MAT Box Office at 719-465-6321. We will do our best to accommodate your requests.

Wheelchair seats are A1 & A15.



Jordan Arrick – Jordan has been performing improv the exact same amount of time as Kaleb.
He is 39. You do the math.
Kaleb Kohart – Kaleb has been performing improv for 37.5% of his life. He is 41.
Margarita Archilla Kohart – Margie is not defined by her membership in the RiP or her marriage to Kaleb. Instead, Margie prefers to be recognized for her role as the stripper in Springs Ensemble Theater’s 2010 production of keepingabreast. Margie is also an award-winning tambourine artist.
Mark Rantal – Mark has held a big-boy job (salary and benefits) for 2+ years, but still cannot write his own bio. He spends his non-work, non-improv hours designing logos for members of his fantasy football league: the League of Thrones and trying to decide whether or not he believes in God today.

Author: Jim Jackson