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Bats Improv Theatre

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|Arts & Entertainment|San Francisco, CA 94133

204 Bay St, #B350, San Francisco, CA 94133

(415) 474-8935

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    staceybrown on Citysearch

    14 years ago

    03/14/2006, 00:05 AM
    LOVE them! – These guys have to be the best live theatre deal in town. The chemistry between the players is great, and their shows are really, really funny! Even the dramatic performances have good humor in them, and after single show I can't believe they aren't cheating and using a script! 3 of my friends & I have signed up for improv classes after seeing BATS perform - and those are a blast too! (Oh, also, FYI they DO have beer, soda & candy for sale - it's on the other side of the theater)
    barkoman on Citysearch

    14 years ago

    02/23/2006, 00:06 AM
    We had a GREAT time! – This was our third time seeing a show and we loved it. We'll definitely be back.
    Their Main Stage performers are very talented and always make us laugh. If you like the show "Whose Line is it Anyway?" then I recommend you go see one of their Theatresports shows where two teams compete and there is a lot of audience interaction. They also have themed shows as well like improvised musicals; audience participation is big in some of those shows and not in others.
    When your friends are visiting from out-of-town, bring them to a show. It's a guaranteed good time! They're kind of like the San Francisco version of Second City (although its in a theater, so no 2-drink minimums
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    alasnik on Citysearch

    14 years ago

    01/07/2006, 00:06 AM
    Occasionally funny, but generally underwhelming – A friend and I attended one of the Rock'n'Roll improv nights. It was a reasonable value for $10, but I expected quite a bit more laughs. Oddly, most of the evening's laugh-out-loud moments stemmed from audience involvement.
    From a purely improv standpoint, I'd give the evening a B or B-, but from a humor, pure-comedy standpoint, I'd rate it a C. Too much time was spent on the wacky, rather than making the everyday humorous. Additionally, the entire evening seemed completely disconnected from current topical events (in politics, entertainment, sports, etc.). Maybe they were just trying too hard to be inoffensive? Paging Robin Williams...
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