BATS Improv Presents Improvised Tarantino
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The last date listed for Improvised Tarantino was Friday May 28, 2010 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Bayfront Theater:
- Full Price:
- $15.00 - $17.00
- Our Price:
- COMP - $8.50
BATS Improv -- named the Bay Area's Best Theater Company by the San Francisco Chronicle, Best Comedy Troupe by SF Weekly and Best First Date Spot by the San Francisco Bay Guardian -- presents a variety show of comedy fun, including head-to-head improv battles, long-form murder mysteries, musicals and more. Every show is one of a kind, using audience suggestions for a unique mix of improv comedy and theater that's never the same show twice. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar Member
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Fun show, but it lacked what every attempt to knock off the "tarantino style" lacks. The performing troupe on this night certainly mastered the "what" of tarantino movies but not so much the how. They hit most of the tarantino bench marks, but lacked certain sharpness, the show didn't flow quickly enough. Having said all that bats is usually awesome, but as with any improv, depends on the day.
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The BATS knocked it out of the theatre! They hit the pop culture references, the smoke-filled dialogue, copious surprising close-range mayhem, taunting and volatile female/male characters in a tight compelling story. It was Chainsaw Bananas!
A completely improvised live “film” inspired by the movies of Quentin Tarantino, created on the spot with audience suggestions.
The inglorious BATS-ters stage a freakin’ crime drama and take no prisoners!
About BATS Improv*
BATS is in residence at the 200-seat Bayfront Theater at historic Fort Mason Center in San Francisco and performs 50 weekends per year, year round. The SF Chronicle calls them “bounce in your seat funny,” the SF Guardian has named them the Bay Area’s “Best Comedy Troupe” and SF Weekly says, “Chicago has Second City. San Francisco has BATS.”