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Announcement from Silly People’s Improv Theater (Spit)
Silly People’s Improv Theater (Spit)
in celebration of its tenth anniversary
MANILA IMPROV FEST 2012:
The First Philippine International Improv Festival
June 28 to July 1
Featuring performances from improv groups from Cebu, Bacolod, Xiamen, Beijing, Hong Kong, Taichung and Los Angeles alongside SPIT.
June 28 and 29, 8pm
June 30, 7pm
July 1, 4pm
at Quantum Café, 9590 Kamagong St. cor. Bagtikan St., Makati City
A Master Class Improvisation Workshops for long-time improv practitioners who wish to further hone their craft will be held at De La Salle College of St. Benilde, Manila.
Conducted by notable improv practitioners:
Gabby Fernandez, Bacolod’s Kinengkoy Comedy Express
Shaun Landry, Artistic Director of Oui Be Negroes and founder of The West Coast Improv Alliance
Tom Farnan, The Second City, Annoyance Theater, IO and ComedySportz of Chicago
About the group
Founded by actor Gabe Mercado in June 2002, SPIT differs from the usual stand-up comedy routines as its performances fully involve the audience. SPIT performs scenes, songs and games completely based on audience suggestions, just like in the popular British and American show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”
Visit www.spitmanila.com, follow on Facebook (www.facebook.com/spitmanila), follow on Twitter (www.twitter.com/spitmanila).
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