2017 Finals Live!


Stream starts Saturday April 22, 2017 at approximately 7pm Ottawa time

Join us for the Canadian Improv Games National Finals! The top five high school improv teams in Canada hit the National Arts Centre stage on Saturday, April 22, 2017 to see who takes home National Gold.

Our webcast is just like being right there at the National Arts Centre! And just like being there, we’d love to provide you with the opportunity to support Canadian Improv Games by purchasing a ticket!

How to watch

If you would like to make a small donation in the form of a “ticket” for the event, we very much welcome the help.  If you would just like to watch for free, click the free ticket option down at the bottom. If you’re watching with a group of people, please select that number of tickets so we can keep track of how many people are watching.

Eventbrite - 2017 Canadian Improv Games National Finals Webcast

You will be redirected to an Eventbrite page, and then once you’ve selected your viewing option, you’ll be directed to the broadcast, beginning at 7pm on April 22nd.

Some of the special ticket options include:

Deluxe Ticket

For every Deluxe ticket purchased, you will get thanked on stage during the Finals and therefore hear your own name broadcast in appreciation!

Personal Message Ticket

With every personal message ticket purchased, you can have any message you like read to the audience by a referee. It can be well-wishes to your favorite team, or an shout out to someone or anything! Keep it clean. CIG reserves the right to make edits if we feel the message is offensive.

Audience Thank You Ticket

For every Audience Thank You ticket purchased, the head referee will conduct the entire audience of the National Arts Centre to thank you on the broadcast.

Free Ticket

Pretty straight forward, watch the show for free! Of course, you can also make a tax deductible donation online.

Eventbrite - 2017 Canadian Improv Games National Finals Webcast

  • The webcast will be a 5 camera HD stream live switched.

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2017 FINALS

2017 National Dates Announced!

NATIONALS ARE JUST AROUND THE CORNER!

APRIL 19–22, 2017

For 40 years, students have enjoyed the thrill and excitement of participating in the Canadian Improv Games.  A place to make life-long friends, students have also praised their newly acquired talent and self-confidence, not to mention the endless fun that comes with taking part in this truly unique experience.

Each year thousands of high school students from across Canada take part in our improv program and finalists from each regional then travel to Ottawa to perform in a 4-night festival (one of the largest and most geographically dispersed theatre festivals in Canada), which takes place at the National Arts Centre.  

Tickets go on sale late winter!  Come see what it’s all about!

 

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CIG Saskatchewan Junior Tournament – FINALS!

CIG Saskatchewan Junior Tournament – FINALS!

School Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Total
Luther “Lion Cubs”

CHARACTER

220

STORY

235

THEME

208

OPEN

224

887
Miller “Dinner Guests”

OPEN

193

THEME

193

CHARACTER

195

STORY

212

793
O’Neill “Raisin Bran Fan Club”

THEME

197

STYLE

214

STORY

210

OPEN

224

845
Riffel “Critically Acclaimed”

STYLE

193

OPEN

182

STORY

194

THEME

199

768
Miller “No Name Brand Improv”

STORY

203

OPEN

248

THEME

236

STYLE

213

900

Congratulations to Miller’s “No Name Brand Improv”, winners of the 2016 Mike Fly Memorial Shield!

CIG Saskatchewan Junior Tournament – Night Two!

CIG Saskatchewan Junior Tournament – Night Two!

School Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Total
Miller “No Name Brand Improv”

STYLE

177

OPEN

178

THEME

178

STORY

182

715
Johnson “Willy Wild Cats”

CHARACTER

146

THEME

152

STORY

143

OPEN

136

577
Luther “Lion Cubs”

OPEN

168

STORY

189

CHARACTER

173

THEME

169

699
O’Neill “Raisin Bran Fan Club”

STORY

159

STYLE

178

OPEN

164

THEME

156

657

Teams moving on to Junior Finals (Saturday Feb 27th):

Luther “Lion Cubs”

Miller “Dinner Guests”

O’Neill “Raisin Bran Fan Club”

Riffel “Critically Acclaimed”

Miller “No Name Brand Improv”