Improv and Soul Revue -- Improv Comedy at The Darkroom
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The last date listed for Improv and Soul Revue was Saturday November 17, 2007 / 8:00pm (Middle School Poetry, BLINDDYNAMITE).
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Local singles compete for dates while you watch and throw in your two cents' worth! Z Dating Game is a live show that brings together three eligible singles and one lucky bachelor or bachelorette and gives him or her the chance to question potential dates, and then choose (sight unseen) an escort for a great night out at a local hot spot -- all in front of a live audience (you). With two rounds for straight couples, two rounds for LGBT couples, sketch comedy and a rocking house band, you're practically guaranteed a great evening of laughs and fun. Learn More
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Featured review from peggy cassidy
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The Middle School Poetry ensemble made jokes about punching a pregnant woman in the stomach, and preying sexually on teenage girls.
The other group was funny. But we also expected to see Oui Be Negroes, as advertised.
Overall a big boo hiss.
Revolving Madness: Back from their whirlwind tour of Austin, Chicago and the sub-continents, Revolving Madness brings the improv San Franciscans love.
The Algonquin Card Table: Randy Hauser and Amy Keyishian bring the 50/50 mix of sketch and improv to the Improv Soul Revue.
Middle School Poetry: San Francisco’s newest (thereby freshest?) long-form improv troupe! (They do NOT do poetry or have anything to do with middle schoolers.)
**BLINDDYNAMITE: A comic trio made up by Rob Miles, Craig Dickson, and Chris Libby. Drawing upon the unexpected to surprise each other and audiences, BLINDDYNAMITE creates never-before-seen characters and sketches in each and every show!
Performing all three weeks will be special guests Oui Be Negroes, the original African American sketch and improv comedy ensemble, featuring Shaun Landry, Marcus Sams and Hans Summers.