’” Landry said from Los Angeles in a phone interview with the Capital City Weekly.
“Those are the conversations I want people to have at the bar.” Her show will be part of the p.m.
Landry, who is a Second City Chicago Touring Company alumnus, the founder of the San Francisco Improv Festival and a teacher at The Pack Theater in L.
A., will also perform with her husband, Hans Summer, and will lead a workshop during the class.
When AS IF displays a broad enough range of shows that every audience says “I didn’t know improv could be like that! In the best shows, the audience comes away in disbelief that what they’ve seen was unscripted.” Surprise, disbelief and debate are the reactions Shaun Landry hopes to elicit with her cabaret-style show “FLa KE.” In the show, Landry uses audience suggestions to craft a “failed Broadway star’s” stories of interacting with celebrities and on-the-spot songs.
“They’re going to leave going, ‘My God, is this her life or not?
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I said, ‘Why don’t we do the future Civil War, since we all know that it’s coming.’” Bernard said she is looking forward to seeing “The Well Made Play” and some of the other acts slated for Saturday that are fairly far removed from “Whose Line Is It Anyway”-style improv games. Late shows are at the Hangar Ballroom, 2 Marine Way.
“I think that whole Saturday lineup is going to show people that improv can be things they wouldn’t expect,” Bernard said. Admission: An all-session pass is , single-session tickets are .
A full listing of workshops is available at These include “Drum Machine,” a one-woman, historical musical by Jill Bernard; “The Well-Made Play,: an improvised two-act play featuring performers from Austin’s Hideout Theater; “Schrampflin Falls,” an effort from Seattle’s Unexpected Productions, which takes the classic play “Our Town” and spins it on its head; “Pint of Life,” during which Los Angeles-based performer Yichao shares a pint of ice cream on stage; “PUMPS,” an all-women ensemble from LA; and Je Ju, a recently married couple who use their experiences and the audience’s to explore what people care about.