Have you been enjoying this month's shows? Good news - there's more to come!
Join us a few minutes early to end in you're suggestions and find out who will be the new lucky winner to hit the Jackpot! This Saturday, you'll meet 5 new characters ripped from the pages of the lurid pulp magazines of the 1930's and 40's. Get your popcorn ready - you won't want to miss out!
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Did you enjoy Pulp Playhouse last weekend? If so, you'll also enjoy this exclusive interview with show director, Regina Saisi as she spills all the details about this month's show. Which characters are you looking forward to seeing this weekend?
Looking for funny-Friday action? Do you want to know how you can help create the scenes you want to see? BATS has you covered! Watch show director, Ken Robertson, tell us everything we'd like to know about his upcoming show "Jackpot!"
BATS Improv stands with our company members, coaches, students, board members, colleagues, friends and community members in the Asian American community, particularly women, who are facing escalating hate crimes, xenophobia, and violence enabled by white supremacy and scapegoating across the nation.
In celebration of Corey Rosen's new book, "Your Story, Well Told," Rebecca Stockley and Corey chat about the importance of story, strategies for developing and teaching new storytelling games that focus on active listening for better collaborative creative experiences.
Corey's book can be ordered wherever books are sold or from his website: www.coreyrosen.com.