The Improvised Play Festival: Jinni Lyons Is An Only Child/Danger! Warning! Improv!/Waiting For Batmani

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About Jinni Lyons is an Only Child:
As an Only Child, Jinni was always used to playing on her own. Come and watch her play on stage with myriad companions, each with their own story to tell…

By creating comical, lyrical, improvised vignettes, this show has its own personal, intimate atmosphere, and audience involvement is a key element – you may be asked to share a special memory, or even be invited up on stage for a cup of tea…

Once we have become acquainted with the characters in a few different scenarios, the audience has a choice – whose world will they choose to explore further?

About Danger! Warning! Improv!:
The duo of Andy Crouch and Troy A. Miller might just be insane. That’s because they take the source material of popular adventure franchises like Star Trek, James Bond and Sherlock Holmes, and attempt to improvise a brand new chapter – only they play all the characters, replicate all the special effects, and control all music and sound from the stage using a laptop computer.

You’ll gasp. You’ll laugh. And you’ll be right there in the show with them.
It’s improv comedy in 3D….Er, 4D?

About Waiting for Batman:
It’s 1963. Commissioner Gordon and his chief of police, Clancy O’Hara have just phoned Batman to, once again, solve a (seemingly) unsolvable crime by one of Gotham’s most daring and egregious super-villains. The Caped Crusader leaps into action, per usual, and speeds toward City Hall in the Batmobile.

But what happens in those anxious 22 minutes? Who are these two men, who so cavalierly doff their responsibilities and bestow such easy trust to a masked man in tights? What gambit have they casually embarked on that stains their very souls with the resignation that they have no worth in the world other than to call someone else to handle their problems? It is here that we find that the real story was never with Batman, but with the incidental underlings known as Chief O’Hara and The Commissioner!
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