|Theater||The Hideout Theatre|
|Assistant Director(s)||Paul Normandin (student mainstage run)|
|Initial Run||Nov/Dec 2008|
In each episode, two characters were pre-determined: "Cochise", a renegade cop, and his beleaguered police sergeant. Everyone else played whatever characters were needed on the day. Each performance introduced a villain committing some sort of crime, and showed Cochise gradually closing in on and defeating the villain.
The show included over-the-top 70s costumes and many fake moustaches.
The name "Cochise" is a reference to a character in the Beastie Boys video "Sabotage", which traffics in the same genre as the improv show.
The show premiered at The 2008 Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, and then ran as The Hideout Theatre's mainstage show from 11/29/08 to 12/20/08. After that, it played at the Long Fringe of Frontera Fest from 1/21/09 to 1/31/09, the first improv show to play the festival. Since then, it has played a smattering of other dates, including an appearance at The 40-Hour Improv Marathon.
It returned in 2014 for a June/July run as one of the first Hideout Student Mainstage shows.
 Improv for Evil Runs
 Student Mainstage Run
- Barrett Phelan
- Emma Czarnecki
- Ericka Bundy
- Greg Blank
- Haley Alea Erickson
- Joshua Santo
- Manuel Duran
- Matthew Davis
 Frontera Fest Show Dates
- January 21st, 2009 at 7:30pm
- January 24th, 2009 at 2:15pm
- January 25th, 2009 at 8:00pm
- January 31st, 2009 at 10:15pm
- Photoset by Michael Yew of their appearance in The 40-Hour Improv Marathon.
- Photoset by Steve Rogers of the 6/7/14 show.
- Photoset by Steve Rogers of their June 2014 performance in The 45-Hour Improv Marathon.
- Video of the premiere performance of Cochise at The 2008 Out of Bounds Comedy Festival.
- Another video of the same show.
- Video of the first performance of the first run: "Bad Santa".
- Video of the second performance of the first run: "Something Smells at the Docks".
- Video of the third performance of the first run.
- Video of the fourth performance of the first run.
- Video of the 1/31/09 performance: "Tag You're It".