Long Form Improv from True Fiction Magazine
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The last date listed for True Fiction Magazine was Sunday October 26, 2003 / 8:30pm.
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Quotes & Highlights
“Really brilliant stuff.” —Steve Allen
“So smoothly funny & quick-witted that it’s hard to believe that everything isn’t scripted in advance… Eat your heart out, Elmore Leonard.” —San Francisco Bay Guardian
“Inspired Invention!” —San Francisco Chronicle
True Fiction Magazine continues to push the envelope of improvisation, exploring new and exciting styles of storytelling.
A TFM performance is a full evening of spontaneous theatre, as the troupe takes titles suggested by the audience and creates stories which move forward and backward in time, interweave and intersect, until the final resolution.
Of over 6,000 stories told, they’ve never repeated one!