The pairing is a natural fit... we're just going to get together and see what happens, the funniest things I've ever experienced were often spontaneous.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Who said corporate video can't be funny? A new partnership between the Washington D.C. video production company Talking Tree Creative and Baltimore Improv Group is looking to create a series of digital short comedy skits. The filming will begin in April and the pilots are planned for release shortly after. President of TalkingTree Creative Craig Weisbaum said, "The pairing is a natural fit on paper, we're just going to get together and see what happens, the funniest things I've ever experienced were often spontaneous. After meeting Mike Harris (executive director of BIG) I had little doubt the results are going to be fruitful and hilarious for everyone involved."
Keep an eye on the social media pages for both TalkingTree Creative and Baltimore Improv Group for release dates.
About TalkingTree Creative:
Talking Tree Creative is a video and event production company that creates memorable experiences and lasting impressions on screen, on stage, and online. Headquartered in Washington D.C., TalkingTree Creative has serviced clients in both the government and private sectors, becoming a leader in the event production and video production field, infusing its work with elements of creativity, entertainment, and messaging. For more information about TalkingTree Creative, please visit http://www.talkingtreecreative.com.
About Baltimore Improv Group:
The Baltimore Improv Group is dedicated to advancing the art of improvisational theatre in the greater Baltimore area through an active program of performance, instruction, and outreach. Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) is celebrating its 10th Season of bringing comedy to the Greater Baltimore area. We began in the traditional manner for Comedy theaters. In 2004, the Navy transferred Mike Subelsky from San Diego to Maryland, and after biking around town, putting up flyers, a robust 4 people became the first members of the Baltimore Improv Group. That old story. In the decade since, BIG has grown to 45 performers, and, beginning in September 2013, BIG has its first home theater.