Streetfight: Instant Theatre’s Instantly Gratifying Improv Show

Instant Theatre’s STREETFIGHT is a weekly Sunday night show where Vancouver’s favourite improvers face off in a variety of short form games (think Whose Line is it Anyway?). Battling it out for champion of the night, the performers show off their acting, comedy and wit for ninety minutes until a winner is chosen by the audience and a guest judge.

In the intimate Havana Theatre (right at the back of the Havana Restaurant, where one can always have a spot of food before or after a show), Instant Theatre has great improv at a reasonable price, plus an incredible interactive experience. While improvers will appreciate the talent on this small stage, the show is hilarious for all audiences.

The best thing about improvised theatre is how it morphs to fit the audience. Skilled improvisers, such as the ones found in STREETFIGHT, are able to pick up on the energy and demographic of the people in the room with them and cater the show accordingly. Even if it is unintentional, the audience is the most important part of an improv show.

With a changing cast of performers,  STREETFIGHT is guaranteed to show you both the world premiere performance and the closing night anytime you go. At only $5 a ticket if you purchase in advance, Instant Theatre is a not only a fun activity that will not disappoint, but one within an actor’s budget.

For tickets or more information, click here.


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