The Armando Diaz Experience

The Armando Diaz Experience

About the Show

The legendary show is reborn!

Created in 1995 at the iO Theater in Chicago, The Armando Diaz Experience IS the longest running improv show EVER. A guest monologist takes a suggestion from the audience and shares true stories from their life. These stories are then brought to life by a rotating cast of improv all-stars, which take audiences on a high minded, exhilarating comedic joy ride that will leave mouths tired of smiling. And occasionally, just occasionally, the man with his name on the show will drop by for some fun.

Featured Monologist: Jude Treder-Wolff

Jude Treder-Wolff is a writer/performer, singer, storyteller creative arts psychotherapist and improviser. She is host/creator of (mostly) TRUE THINGS, a game wrapped in a storytelling show with a side of music that is performed monthly in venues on Long Island, at The Pit Loft in NYC, for events around the country and has a teen edition. She has been a featured storyteller on shows all over NYC, including the RISK! live show and podcast, Talk Therapy, Now You're Talking, In A Nutshell, Take Two Storytelling, Bady House Storytelling Show, and Prose of Pie. She offers Transformative Storytelling workshops for therapists, educators, health care providers, and organizations in New York and around the country, and created a teen storytelling project for high school students in southeast Iowa with Tina Bakehouse, Communications and Outreach Director for the Golden Hills Resource Conservation and Development Center. She speaks and presents on the topics of therapeutic benefits of improvisation and storytelling for organizations and conferences around the country, writes for -and her blog lives in progress explores creativity in personal and professional development.