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The Committee for Creative Enactments, established in 1988, is a Boston College comedy group that performs both scripted and improv comedy. The CCE is known for its entirely student-written and -produced murder mystery comedies, performed in the historic O'Connell House Grand Hall. The group also puts on six improv shows throughout the year at BC, performing short form, long form, and musical improv, as well as participating in inter-collegiate improv competitions throughout the Boston area. 

The CCE is committed to opening up access to the arts on campus, and hosts open improv practices three times a week, where any interested student can practice with the CCE and learn about improv.

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The CCE is a comedy group that performs both scripted and improv comedy. We put on three improv shows a semester, a scripted murder mystery comedy once a semester, and compete in inter-collegiate improv competitions around Boston. The CCE hosts open improv practices three times a week, and encourages students of all experience levels to practice with us and learn about improv.


Music, Art, and Performance

SOFC Representative

Daniel Steurer

Primary Contact Name

The primary contact should be the organization leader (president, director, chair, ect.)

Mary Campbell Disbrow

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Additional Contact Name

Andrew Ramirez-Urbina

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Kristina Hall-Michel

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Office of Residential Life

Organization Mission Statement

The CCE strives to contribute to a vibrant campus arts culture by performing free scripted and improv comedy shows, while working to open access to the arts on campus by providing instruction in improv comedy to any interested students.