Come see the show Pittsburgh Magazine has called the “Best Nerd Fantasy Come to Life” and one of the best comedy groups in town, according to Pittsburgh City Paper readers!
August's quest is bittersweet, as it's the last show EVER at the current Arcade Comedy Theater space. After almost four years of shows, classes, awards, national acts, hundreds of local artists, and immeasurable laughter, Arcade is taking a huge leap to a permanent home on Liberty Avenue! Arcade Comedy Theater, a not-for-profit theater devoted to comedy, is working with the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Desmone Architects, and Guardian Construction to turn 943 Liberty Avenue, located at the intersection of Smithfield Street, into a 3-floor, 2-theater, state-of-the-art performance venue.
For this final Knights show at 811 Liberty, the adventurers will be joined by the Arcade Comedy Theater creative directors—Abby Fudor, Kristy Nolen, Jethro Nolen, and regular cast member Mike Rubino—for an unforgettable quest. Get tickets now so your suggestions can help drive our continuing adventures.
— Knights of the Arcade is a monthly RPG-based improv comedy show. Help Stone Cold the morally bankrupt dwarf, Abbott Costello the kung-fu monk, Jimmy the wormslaying rogue, Liz the sorceress, Fisticuffs the kangaroo fighter (murderer?), and Bardly Cooper the bard as they battle giant sloths, goblins, the evil Shrunta Klops, their own personal demons, and whatever the hell else our demented audience dreams up.