|PAVLOV'S DOGS [Hailing from Dallas, TX]|
In 1903, Ivan Petrovich Pavlov published his theories on “conditioned reflexes”, which came about through years of exhaustive experiments on the autonomic nervous system of dogs.
Some years later, Pavlov’s Dogs, a burgeoning improvisational comedy troupe, burst on to the scene spreading its particular blend of medium to long form improv comedy. Their goal? To trigger a response or “reflex” from their audience. Sometimes laughter, sometimes cheers, occasionally a kiss on the cheek from our mothers, whatever the response, Pavlov’s Dogs rests easy in the comforting knowledge that their audience paid money to see them.
So what sets Pavlov’s Dogs apart? It’s simple, really. The group was formed in 1998 to fill a niche that had not yet been tapped in the
The format of each performance teams short, stand-alone scenes with longer forms developed in various clubs, theatres and back alleys in
Although Pavlov’s Dogs did not win the 1904 Nobel Laureate in Medicine, the group didn’t mind losing to its namesake.
Pavlov's Dogs is performing an improv show Friday at 10:00pm with The Trip Fives
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