BATS Improv and Razowsky & Hamilton (SF Improv Festival 2013)
Razowsky and Hamilton:
David Razowsky and Rachel Hamilton are both alumni of The Second City Mainstage and renowned teachers of Improvisation.
In fact, if you added up the combined hours they have spent performing and teaching Improv and then assigned a tangible unit to represent each hour let's say a lemon and then you lined up those lemons, well, let's just say you would have a whole lot of lemons on your hands. Now, if you wanted to go the extra mile and see how many times those lemons could circle the earth, you sure would have a helluva time because they would keep rolling away, being round(ish) and all.
And while you are doing all that, David and Rachel are going to improvise a show and get a couple more lemons for your project.
BATS Improv is San Francisco's largest and longest-running Improv Theatre Company. Now in their 27th year, BATS Improv is a 16-Time "Best of the Bay" winner and has earned an international reputation for creating hilarious, innovative and compelling improvised theatre.
The BATS Main Stage Company performs 50 weekends a year from their home at The Bayfront Theater in historic Fort Mason Center. BATS is also home to the BATS School of Improv, Northern California's largest and most well-respected improv training ground.
At the SFIF, BATS is proud to present one of their trademarks: A single story longform show inspired by suggestions from the audience.
The Eureka Theater (View)
215 Jackson Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|