Big City Improv: Award-Winning Improv Comedy Show at the Shelton Theater
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The last date listed for Big City Improv was Friday December 27, 2013 / 10:00pm.
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Morris Bobrow, the award-winning creator of Shopping! The Musical, the longest-running original show in San Francisco history, is serving up yet another tasty musical revue. This one's all about food, glorious food -- with a mix of songs and sketches about eating habits and hang-ups, trendy restaurants and food trucks, cooking quirks, menu mania and much, much more. Winner of multiple San Francisco Bay Area Theater Critics Circle Awards for outstanding music and lyrics, Bobrow also created the recent Party of 2 -- The Mating Musical. Learn More
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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Theater seating doesn't start until showtime requiring people to stay in a small coctail lounge with a bar where nearly everyone was drinking alcoholic beverages. The interactive audience seemed very rude to the performers giving the impression they were intoxicated. This was disturbing to me (non-intoxicated) and curtailed my enjoyment of the very talented performers. Non-drinkers may want to skip this one.
Quotes & Highlights
- Big City Improv is a long-running hit on Goldstar. Check out <a target="_blank" href="https://www.goldstar.com/events/san-francisco-ca/big-city-improv-1">member reviews</a> for 2005-2011.
- "When it comes to talented improvisational comedy troupes, it's hard to top the guys and gals of Big City Improv. The award-winning ten-person crew can freestyle on the fly like a rapper, free-associate like a psychologist, and riff on a topic like a bebop saxophonist. A perennial Bay Area favorite, Big City Improv's comics have been incorporating audience participation into their live shtick since 2001... for a laugh-inducing riot that promises to be both unscripted and unlimited, as far as how funny it can be." --<em>East Bay Express</em>
Shows are recommended for ages 16 and older.