Ramona Convent Wins “The Meaningless Cup” and “2014 March Madness Champs”

Congratulations to Ramona Convent’s talented young improvisers! On Saturday, May 3rd, Ramona’s ComedySportz High School League team played in the LA High School League’s March (and April) Madness Tournament in a final round of intense competition. The audience laughed, the judges voted and the final result, they are happy to announce, is that Ramona Convent has won “The Meaningless Cup” and are the 2014 March Madness Champs! ComedySportz LA will be inviting the Ramona team back to play against their professional company team, so be sure to visit www.ramonaconvent.org for more information! The team had a great time playing with and watching the other two semi-finalist schools, Citrus Heights and TvT and look forward to playing more matches with all of the high schools they’ve played with this year.

The ComedySportz High School League is the largest, most successful improv training program for high school students in the country. The High School League empowers students to create their own theatre and nourishes their communication skills through improvisational theatre workshops and performances. It encourages their individuality and provides the forum to succeed or fail in a safe environment that combines showmanship and sportsmanship. The League provides an extracurricular activity that goes beyond stage work into everyday situations. And the students just think they’re having fun!

Ramona Convent Secondary School, 1701 West Ramona Rd., Alhambra, (626) 282-4151 or visit www.ramonaconvent.org.



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