ImproGuise Presents Cape Town's First Improv Festival, Beginning Today
ImproGuise, players of Cape Town's longest running, award-winning and most popular live show, TheatreSports, presents Cape Town's first ever Improv Festival.
The Improv Festival will run at Kalk Bay Theatre Tuesday to Saturdays at 8pm from today, 29 January until 9 February.
TheatreSports is the hilarious, high-octane and entirely improvised show, where the audience decides what they're going to see! No two shows are ever the same as the quick-thinking, sharp-witted and absurdly talented team make it up as they go. Their recent twelve hour soap-a-thon was a runaway success and raised R12 000 for Rape Crisis.
"Kicking off our jam-packed 2013 calendar of events is Cape Town's first ever Improv Festival," says Tandi Buchan, long-standing member of Improguise. "It's not one, not two, but a full festival feast of ten shows with pure improvised fun. Every night there will be a different theme, providing great entertainment for the whole family."
The Improv Festival line-up is:
The Tuesday night regular - TheatreSports evenings for their diehard, short-form improv fans.
Wednesday Westerns - Come and see a full-on Western, in two parts, all made up and as exciting as a posse on pursuit.
Thursdays at Thornton Hall - Thursdays will be devoted to the delicate expression of feelings, love, marriage and money in the most civilised and mannered style of Jane Austen.
Friday Family Musicals - The perfect time for the whole family to come and get a dose of improv, made up and sung too, because there is no school on Saturday!
Super Scene Saturdays - highly competitive, very skilled and expertly executed improv, in which directors create their scenes, pitch new ideas to the audience and only the most brilliant one survives and is completed. Ruthlessly brilliant and addictive.
TheatreSports is performed throughout the year every Tuesday night at Kalk Bay Theatre. Look out for their other amazing events in 2013, including their first Improv course from 28 February until 18 April.