THE 2011 THEATRESPORTS® CRANSTON CUP SEMI-FINALIST TEAMS HAVE BEEN NAMED!
Each Sunday night, two massive teams of good & evil will battle it out in an improvised comedy war to control our world. From Twilight to True Blood, Dracula to Daybreakers, Blacula to Buffy The Vampire Slayer; every undead, bloodsucking tale will be given a new twist in a night of comedy with bite.
Impro Australia is pumping out even more regular fixes for the hopelessly impro-addicted.
So how does it work? You bring a wrapped Christmas gift to the show. We will randomly select and unwrap gifts during the show. The unwrapped gifts will be the inspiration for our Christmas stories and songs all made up on the spot, without a script, without a rehearsal, live before your very eyes! At the end of the night, gifts will be re-wrapped and donated to the fine folk at St Vincent De Paul to pass on to those less fortunate.
Sunday night Theatresports® at Sydney’s Belvoir Street Theatre is a tradition that is celebrating 25 years this year. They’ve come up with a new format to showcase both veterans and newbies on that great stage.
Shake off the winter blues by adding to your comedy skillset. Stand Up and Impro are both on offer – courses in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne & Sydney.
Every week from this Wednesday, Sydney’s top improvisors have a regular home at the Laugh Garage. Excellent news.
“…is a wonderful thing to see.” ~ Carl Reiner There’s impro shows all over the calendar in Sydney at the moment (and in many other cities too), so if you enjoyed Comedy Slapdown this week on the Comedy Channel, why not come and see some live impro, and feel the fear right there in front […]
WHERE: The Factory Theatre, 105 Victoria Street, Marrickville DATES: 15 October-1 November (Tuesdays to Saturdays) TIME: 8pm TICKETS: $28 full, $24 conc, $22 groups 10+ & IA members BOOKINGS 9550 3666 or Ticketek PULP! They inspired Quentin Tarantino! They spawned countless films and TV shows! They thrilled the popular imagination for decades! They were cheap […]
Scared Scriptless returns, now on Thursday nights at the revived Harold Park Hotel, iconic mainstay of Sydney comedy and impro during the 80s and 90s. The show uses the classic Theatresports(R) format. There appears to be a little confusion between the venue and the performers, as the Impro Australia site says that the show starts […]