Rollins Improv Players

Rollins Improv Players is an improvisational theatre troupe performing signature long form and short form shows in the Fred Stone Theatre.

A Proud Legacy

This is the Rollins Improv Players 12th year on campus!


Something for Everyone

The troupe performs short-form shows a la "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" as well as long-form, one-act plays inspired by your suggestions.


Fred Stone Home

Most shows take place in our black box theatre, the Fred Stone.

Improvientation Tradition

Directed by Dr. David Charles, the Rollins Improv Players start their year off with eight back-to-back shows entitled "Improvientation!" for all incoming students. 

Rollins Improv Players

The mission of Rollins Improv Players (R.I.P.) is to create improvisational theatre that expresses challenging and provocative subject matter; to represent the dramatic and comedic aspects of student life and beyond; to dare ourselves and our audiences to grow, think, and act; to serve Rollins College as a conduit for discussion and discovery, experimentation, play, laughter and community.

Rollins Improv Players (R.I.P.) is a theatrical improvisation troupe performing a variety of long form and short form shows. Signature offerings include Variations on a ThemeCut-To, and R.I.P. Tag. R.I.P performs throughout the semester in the Fred Stone Theater.

R.I.P. boasts a proud decade-long history on campus. Visit our hall of fame.

Spring 2018 Schedule

RIP shows last one hour. Admission is free, and seating in Pioneer Hall is first come, first served.

Our Fall 2018 schedule will be published in late August.