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Stomping Ground educates, entertains, and empowers the community – connecting people through comedy.

And we won’t stop till everybody’s laughing.

Upcoming Events

Thank you to our amazing donors on North Texas Giving Day! 

Mike Christian


Kathy Larson

Kerry Day

Preston Isham and Caitlin Martelle

Kristopher Barton

Ashley Sharp

Dennis Raveneau

Whitney R.

Ian Venegas & Shanti Shahani de Venegas

Megan Rowe

Jens and Laura Jungmann

Jeremy Duchin

Stephanie Dye

Lynsey Hale

Emmanuel Espiritu

Sterling Arroyo

Lindsay Whittemore

Kristin McCollum

Ian Jungmann

Sara Jackson

Maxton Walter

Anees Bedi

Wendy Habicht



Barbara King

Corina Sosa

Jennifer Dierksheide

Joe Milazzo

Jocelyn & Daniel Tiner

Avery Walker Foundation


Whitney P.

Danielle Pickard

Katherine White

Camille Skye

Lilli Lopez

Stephen Hess

In Memory of Margaret Linda Ann Parsons

Elizabeth Robinson

Stephanie Bell

With your support, we were able to fully fund 30 scholarships that will be provided for classes in our Training Center and Improv for Life workshops.

End Women’s History Month with a Bang!

Grab tickets to Goddess Presents: WOMEN which will feature three all-female improv teams and lots of surprises.

FCC is back!

Check out their recent article in the Dallas Morning News and be sure to grab tickets to their next show by clicking the button below.

Don’t Miss Jamie Campbell & his Big Dad Energy

Actor and national touring comic Jamie Campbell is coming to town and hosting the Dallas Tirade Tournament, his one-man show, and a workshop to show YOU how to make a living as an improviser.

100 Black Improvisers

Stomping Ground Comedy is a proud partner with Black Improv Alliance. To find out more about our partnership, visit our BIA page.

Internship Program

The Internship Program with Stomping Ground is a rewarding experience! Each intern is expected to work 12-15 hours per month on the weekends. Interns will report and receive assignment from his/her designated Department Director.

Application Deadline: 1 month prior to the start of the next term of classes.

Improv for Life

Why Improv?

Improv affects a range of human emotions and life skills, and promotes emotional and mental health.

Now Enrolling

Take an Improv for Life class and see that the brain learns better when you are having fun!


Read more about the science behind improv!

Black Lives Matter

The improv world was built on the concept of “I got your back” and now more than ever we want to say unequivocally to the Black community that we have your back and we stand alongside you.