Big City Improv
featuring hilarious improvised theater
Friday, May 11, 2012 10:00 PM PDT
(9:50 PM Doors)
- Friday, May 11, 2012 11:30 PM PDT
Shelton Theater, San Francisco, CA
16 years and over
Featured on KRON-TV and KCBS Radio, Big City Improv performs hilarious comedy improv in the style of the popular T.V show, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Shows are un-scripted, un-edited and created on the spot using audience suggestions and participation. Big City, voted 'Best of the Bay' by the SF Bay Guardian, has a rotating cast and an arsenal of games, ensuring that every show is fresh, unique, and unpredictable. Featured on KRON-TV and KCBS Radio, Big City Improv performs hilarious comedy improv in the style of the popular T.V show, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"
"When it comes to talented improvisational comedy troupes, it's hard to top the guys and gals of Big City Improv. The award-winning ten-person crew can freestyle on the fly like a rapper, free-associate like a psychologist, and riff on a topic like a bebop saxophonist. A perennial Bay Area favorite, Big City Improv's comics have been incorporating audience participation into their live shtick since 2001... for a laugh-inducing riot that promises to be both unscripted and unlimited, as far as how funny it can be." -- Eric K. Arnold (East Bay Express)
Big City Improv performs every Friday Night at 10pm at The Shelton Theater, 533 Sutter Street b/w Powell and Mason, just steps from Union Square.
For more information go to www.bigcityimprov.com or call (510) 595-5597.
Shows are not suitable for children under the ages of 16.