Thursday, April 12, 2012

Three top-tier two-person teams tonight

Tonight at 8:30, three towering two-person teams take to the Main Stage.

Elevator is a two-person improv show that takes you on a ride through a series of character-based improv scenes. The first scene always starts in a “stuck” elevator where Aaron Krebs and Pete Capella begin their journey.  

Hill/Jones, winners of the 2008 iO West Duo Competition, bring high energy and unique characters to each world they create. Hill/Jones is Dave Hill of Reno 911 and Matt Jones of Breaking Bad. 

Razowsky & Clifford is a two-person improv show that has become one of LA’s “must see” performances. David Razowsky (Spin City, The Weekenders) and Carrie Clifford (The Slammin’ Salmon, Hollywood Residential) have performed their signature long-form style at improv festivals around the globe.

They relish in the purist form of improv, starting with nothing. An audience member decides where to place two chairs for the first scene and they’re off and running. This random placement two chairs dictates the entire performance, and becomes the spring board for a variety of characters and relationships.

 Purchase tickets here.

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