Masterpiece Improv

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1 Venue

Hillside Theatre (open-air) at Gluttony - Rymill Park

Rymill Park / Mullawirraburka, Cnr East Tce & Rundle Rd, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings

M

Age Suitability:

M

Coarse Language:

Occasional, Mild

Sexual References:

Occasional, Mild

About this event

Changing Jennifers, Australia's premier improv troupe, having dazzled audiences in Edinburgh Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy and Adelaide Fringe Festivals with hilarious improvised hijinks, are seeking to flex their acting chops -- THEY CAN PERFORM ANY SCRIPT WITH NO PREPARATION!

Adelaide's best improvisers will perform the first part of a play, film, or TV script and then improvise the rest! Feel free to bring a script from home to put these seasoned improvisers to the test!

No two shows are the same, no script is too hard! Come and see a version of Suicide Squad which is actually good! Or The Hobbit without all those pesky dwarfs. Always wanted to see Waiting For Godot? Bring it along and see the version that Samuel Beckett wished he wrote!

Important information:
This event takes place in an open-air venue within Gluttony. Unless it is deemed unsafe to do so, the show goes on, rain or shine, so please come prepared for the forecast weather. Umbrellas are not permitted during performances. Entrance to this venue is off Rundle Road & East Terrace via Gate C.

Presented by:
Changing Jennifers

Changing Jennifers are a comedy improvisation troupe who specialize in long-form improvisation. They get several suggestions from the audience, a location, an era, a famous person, a magical item, anything, and then improvise an hour-long story based on those suggestions.

They perform wild and obscure stories straight from the performers' twisted minds. No two shows are ever the same and no suggestion is too daunting for Changing Jennifers. In the same vein as classic shows 'Whose Line Is It Anyway', 'Thank God You're Here' and 'The Mighty Boosh', Changing Jennifers are side-splitting improvisational titans.

"A great night of laughs." - Fringe Benefits.
"Laugh out loud experiences." - dB Magazine.
"An international standard." - Adelaide Fringe.
"A hearty night of wit and comedy." - GLAM

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