Humorists Alan Zweibel and Dave Barry Are Lunatics
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Everything you love about San Francisco is on stage in one night in Foglandia, Un-Scripted Theater Company's musical love letter to the City by the Bay -- a city filled to its foggy brim with hippies, techies, burners, movers, shakers and more. Each night, the players create a different full-length, fully improvised musical inspired by audience suggestions. With a colorful cast of characters that represent some of San Francisco's most amusingly recognizable archetypes, and a genuine sense of affection for the beautiful city itself, Foglandia is a quirky and quick-witted theatrical experience. Learn More
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