Improv Cage Match

Comedy (improv, compilation)

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Description

Improv Cage Match pits two improv teams against each other, with the audience declaring the winner. Previous teams include Baby Wants Candy and The Free Association. Who will be declared the Fringe’s best improv team? You decide! Improv Cage Match gives you a taste of the best improvisers the Fringe has to offer. Two teams will each have just 25 minutes to skilfully build a hilarious improv show right in front of your eyes that has never been seen before, and will never be seen again! This is an improv show you haven’t seen before.

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Stephen Sharp 129 days ago

This show blew me away. I was in stitches, Santa's German based workshop. Killer Tarzan. A bar scene that just killed the whole audience. A group of brothers who try to convince thier Father to "hop in" to thier mother's casket at a funeral. It was mind blowing so fast so witty and when one sketch stopped a better one took its place. The first act were funny and witty but the second act were on a different level. This is a must see.


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