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Theatresports™ 2017

BY Impro Melbourne | 02-Sep-2017
A fast-paced, completely improvised, battle of the comedy titans. Theatresports™ is a thrilling family fun evening of improvisation where you can cheer your champion and boo the Judges ! Teams of skilled actor/improvisors dare each other to risk it all on stage. Will they be rewarded with a score of 5 or punished with a 1. Come and join us for Melbourne's longest running impro show.
Venue: David Williamson Theatre
Address: 35 St John Street, Prahran 3181
Date: HEATS: September 10th, 17th, 24th, October 1st, 8th, 16th and 22nd
Time: 7:30pm
Ticket: HEATS: $15 online, $40 Family online. At the door: $15 conc, $20 full, $50
Buy / Ticket: www.trybooking.com/302830
Web: https://goo.gl/BYFotH
: https://www.impromelbourne.com.au/
EMail: publicist@impromelbourne.com.au
Call: 03 9416 2555
Theatresports2017
A fast-paced, completely improvised battle of the comedy titans.

Theatresports™ is a thrilling family fun evening of improvisation where you can cheer your champion and boo the Judges! Teams of skilled actor / improvisors dare each other to risk it all on stage under the scrutiny of the judges. They could be rewarded with a score of 5, punished with a 1 or disgraced with the warning for boring – losing the stage instantly.

Impro Melbourne is Melbourne’s oldest and most experience improvisational theatre company delivering a wide range of popular sell out shows over a thirty year history.

Theatresports ™ directed by Impro Melbourne’s Co-Artistic Director Katherine Weaver, features teams of actors competing head to head in enthralling rounds of improvised theatre based on audience suggestions. It runs Sept 10 – Oct. 22, with the Grand Final on Oct. 29 at the David Williamson Theatre in Prahan.

Theatresports™ stars Sarah Kinsella, Rik Brown, Jenny Lovell, Patrick Duffy, Amy Moule, Jaime Cerda, Patti Stiles, Kevin Yank, Mike Bryant, Amanda Buckley, Brenna Dixon, Jak Vukasinovic and Katherine Weaver.

“~ we saw a depth of talent and a wealth of sharp comedic wit. There were many laugh out loud moments during the performance, to the point of tear-inducing hilarity. It really is a laugh – a – minute, unpredictable, unexpected entertainment” - Weekend notes