Jane Austen UnScripted: Impro Theatre's Los Angeles Hit in San Francisco
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All offers for Jane Austen UnScripted have expired.
The last date listed for Jane Austen UnScripted was Saturday September 4, 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
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Featured review from RCRed Velvet
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Loved this performance! Amazing and fun! There was a baby crying in the audience and the actors immediately incorporated the sounds into the storyline. I'm not easily impressed - but I would give this one an enthusiastic two thumbs up. Not to be missed when they return to SF.
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Absolutely brilliant. These actors from LA's Impro Theatre are quick, intelligent, funny, and on point. I would highly, highly, highly recommend seeing them, and I will make a point to come out for their shows whenever they are in the area.
Jane Austen only wrote six novels in her lifetime, but they are some of the most beloved tales of love and misunderstanding, wit and wisdom, and passion and betrayal ever written.
Now, for the first time in two centuries, Impro Theatre delivers a new Jane Austen story every night. Passionate, willful women flirt and verbally joust with handsome, brooding young noblemen. Hearts are broken, secrets are revealed and true love wins out in the end. Or does it?
The essence of Austen’s brilliant and timeless romantic comedies and social satires is brought faithfully to life by this expert team of funny and gifted actors, whose other explorations of great literary figures include Shakespeare, Dickens, Sondheim, and Tennessee Williams.