Online Improv Show, Between L.A. and San Francisco
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The last date listed for Online Improv Show was Thursday May 27, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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A sold-out critical hit Off Broadway and a big winner at this year's Hollywood Fringe Festival, the raucous comedy Women cleverly retells the beloved story of Louisa May Alcott's March girls as if it were an episode of Lena Dunham's HBO show Girls, complete with the ready-made hashtag #bethdies. And it isn't much of a stretch to imagine Jo, Amy, Beth and Meg existing in both worlds, especially in this fast-paced and keenly-observed series of sketches. Written by Chiara Atik, the show earned a New York Times critics' pick and scored several awards at the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Fest, including Top of the Fringe and Best Comedy. Learn More
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Featured review from Sarah
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Having used Skype for work, I know that technical difficulties abound. So, I was very curious to see how this would work out for improv comedy. It went as expected. The San Francisco cast seems to be a little more trained for improv than the LA cast, but it was still enjoyable. Sound issues were numerous, but were incorporated into the skits well. I would definitely go again with a larger crowd.
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interesting concept and if you like the conan on brien TV celebrity guest type bits or who'se line is it anyway you will enjoy this. There were some technical issues, they *are* using skype... but i thought the concept was really good and the...continued
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“Quirky,” “Really funny” with “sparks of brilliance” and “an intriguing idea with loads of potential.” – LA Weekly
In the first half of the show, audience members are treated as producers and writers and asked for suggestions to shape the shows they’ll see that night. Once everyone is accustomed to the techno improv format, the cast takes the show to the next level with long-form improv and more audience involvement on and off stage as both cities jam online.