ComedySportz Los Angeles: Grab Bag Throwdown! Improv
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The last date listed for ComedySportz Los Angeles: Grab Bag Throwdown! was Friday August 27, 2010 / 10:30pm.
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If you like Whose Line Is It Anyway? then you'll love ComedySportz, a fun, fast-paced comedy show that's great for the whole family. See two teams battle for laughs -- and points -- as they make up scenes, games and songs on the spot, with audience participation and suggestions incorporated into the act. Full of off-the-cuff humor and unpredictable moments, it's never the same show twice. The longest-running stage show in Los Angeles, ComedySportz has been turning great improv into hilarious sport for more than 20 years now. Learn More
There are a couple restaurants that are on the same street that are very good and reasonably priced for a sit down dinner. The details for these are on the Comedysportz website. There are many kinds of drinks (glass bottled sodas especially) and snacks available to buy at intermission, but no meals available for purchase. I do not know their policy on bringing in outside food.ComedySportz dining • Jun 09 2014 star this tip starred
ComedySportz improvisers have tackled short form competitive improv (ComedySportz) and long form improv (U-sical, The High, Charlie Presto). Now see ’em tackle long form competitive improv!
Teams of five, randomly drawn from all of ComedySportz’s performing companies, square off to see who can do the most impressive long form, based on an audience suggestion. You decide which team comes back next week and which players get recycled!
About the Ticket Supplier: ComedySportz Los Angeles
ComedySportz Los Angeles is an improvisational theatre company specializing in interactive entertainment. Their most popular show is simply called ComedySportz; since its opening at West Coast Ensemble Theatre in Hollywood, ComedySportz has played continuously to sold-out houses.