Tilted Frame Network: An Improv Show in Two Cities Simultaneously
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The last date listed for Tilted Frame Network was Friday January 29, 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
Step into the studio and become part of the link between San Francisco and Los Angeles with the Tilted Frame Network (TFN). Audiences in both San Francisco and Los Angeles will witness a short form improv show going on simultaneously on two stages in these two cities. Actors interact across this distance through an internet connection, performing new improv games inspired by technology, the internet and video.
Starting during the dot com revolution Tilted Frame has been pushing the envelope of multi-media production for more than seven years. Opening with Taste Like Random in the summer of 2002, Tilted Frame uses video and the internet in a way no other company has used them before. Now, with companies in Los Angeles and San Francisco, they have further experimented with the format of the show, leading up to this cross-state performance.
Combined Artform has been producing new and classic works in the performance scene for over ten years. Created by Producing Artistic Director Matthew Quinn and Bertha Rodriguez in 1998, they were joined by Steve Kahn in 1999, and have collaborated with actors, singers, filmmakers, sketch comedy groups, musicians, improvisers, and fine artists in hundreds of shows, including Santaland Diaries, Eavesdropper (SF), PAPA, Tilted Frame – SF & LA, the SF Solo Festival, and recently with PianoFight on Shortlived and FORKING (LA). They built Off-Market Theaters in 2005 and took over Theatre Asylum in Los Angeles in 2007.