Pitch It! -- A Movie-Themed Improv Show from Spontaneous Productions
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The last date listed for Spontaneous Productions: Pitch It! was Friday December 5, 2008 / 11:00pm.
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Laurie Kilmartin is a successful stand-up comedian and Emmy-nominated comedy writer with an album, a book, a podcast and, most importantly, a Twitter account, on which she became famous earlier this year for live-tweeting one-liners from her father's death bed. A former staff writer for The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson who currently writes for TBS's Conan, Kilmartin has performed her hilarious observational stand-up about dating, motherhood and more on Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Today Show, Comedy Central, VH1 and Showtime. In 2010, she was a finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing, but has become more recently known for her stream of terrifically grim online missives, posted as she watched her father die. The result was a master class in how humor heals and how it can shepherd a person, even a whole family, from a life with a parent to a life without one. Join her as she turns her poignantly funny tweets into a one-woman comedy show and films it for her first-ever stand-up special. Learn More
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This is the best improv troupe I have seen in LA. They have an original concept, work perfectly as a groupe and all very funny and smart actors. Well worth it to see one of their shows!
Each hour-long Pitch It! show features sketches, short-form improv games and a signature movie-themed long-form that lets the audience pitch its very own movie, which the Spontaneous Productions troupe brings to life right before their eyes! Every month, a new genre of movies will inspire the show.
April 4: “Best Movie Ever!” — a tribute to the Academy Award-winning movies we all know and love.
May 2nd: Chick Flick
June 6th: Action Buddy Film
July 4th: War Epic August 1st: Black & White Classic