BS4 Improv & Sketch Comedy Fest Schedule

Thursday, Apr 8

5:30-7pm

John Henry Faulk Living Theatre
Spoo (Chicago, IL)
Drunk Baby Collective (Minneapolis, MN)

Maggie Mae's
Judo Intellectual (Chicago, IL)
Improv Asylum (Boston, MA)

Velveeta Room
Gilligan Stump and the Perfesser (New York, NY)
Kairos! Co. (Austin, TX)


8-9:30pm

Capitol City Comedy Club
MC: Laura House (Austin Stories)
ComedySportz Austin
ComedySportz Houston
ComedySportz San Antonio

Maggie Mae's
The Improv Bandits (Auckland, New Zealand)
Screw Puppies (Chicago, IL)

Velveeta Room
The Perks (Los Angeles, CA)
Holy Mackerel (Anchorage, AK)


8-10pm

Paramount Theatre

MAD TV

MC: Dean Haglund (The X-Files)
MAD TV's Alex Borstein, Mo Collins, Phil Lamarr, Michael McDonald, Will Sasso, Nicole Sullivan
Acme Comedy Theatre (Los Angeles, CA)
Only 90% Effective (Austin, TX)


10-11:30pm

Esther's Pool
Opening Night (Los Angeles, CA)
Monks' Night Out (Austin, TX)

John Henry Faulk Living Theatre
The Transformers (Santa Monica, CA)
Well Hung Jury (Austin, TX)

Maggie Mae's
LA Theatresports (Los Angeles, CA)
Austin Theatresports (Austin, TX)

Velveeta Room
The New Ingredients (Chicago, IL)
Salsation (Chicago, IL)


FRIDAY, APR 9

5:30-7pm

John Henry Faulk Living Theatre
Scratch Theatre (San Francisco, CA)
2BD+1BA (Los Angeles, CA)

Maggie Mae's
Urban Komedtry (Los Angeles, CA)
The Chainsaw Boys (New York, NY)

Scottish Rite Theatre
Lone Star Comedy (Dallas, TX)
Glass Onion (Los Angeles, CA)


8-9:30pm

Maggie Mae's
Screw Puppies (Chicago, IL)
The Weisenheimers (Lincoln, NE)

Scottish Rite Theatre
Lester McFwap (Sherman Oaks, CA)
The Flying Fannoli Brothers (Los Angeles, CA)

Velveeta Room
Brainwaves (Portland, OR)
The Have Nots (Columbia, SC)


8-10pm

Paramount Theatre

Music & Twisted Science

MC: Wayne Brady (Whose Line Is It Anyway?)
The Impromptones (Los Angeles, CA)
Modern Problems in Science (Los Angeles, CA)
Monks' Night Out (Austin, TX)


10-11:30pm

John Henry Faulk Living Theatre
The Perch Theatre (Charlotte, NC)
The Van Gogh Goghs (Los Angeles, CA)

Maggie Mae's
Drunk Baby Collective (Minneapolis, MN)
Sgt. Pickery's Mechanical Wonderfra (Los Angeles, CA)

Scottish Rite Theatre
LA Theatresports (Los Angeles, CA)
Houseful of Honkeys (Los Angeles, CA)

Velveeta Room
Naked Babies (New York, NY)
Oui Be Negroes (Chicago, IL)


11pm
Hyde Park Theatre
Austin Theatresports' First Annual Invitational Micetro Show


SATURDAY, APR 10

5:30-7pm

John Henry Faulk Living Theatre
Youth Workshop Showcase

Maggie Mae's
Workshop Showcase

Scottish Rite Theatre
Scratch Theatre (San Francisco, CA)
Latino Comedy Project (Austin, TX)


8-9:30pm

John Henry Faulk Living Theatre
The Skinnies (Austin, TX)
One Hit Wonder (Tulsa, OK)

Maggie Mae's
2BD+1BA (Los Angeles, CA)
Kairos! (Austin, TX)

Scottish Rite Theatre
Theatre Strike Force (Gainesville, FL)
Chuco Town Raiz (El Paso, TX)

Velveeta Room
The Village Idiots (Dallas, TX)
Children of an Even Lesser God (Los Angeles, CA)


8-10pm

Austin Music Hall


Whose Line Is It Anyway?

MC: Joel Murray (Dharma and Greg)
Whose Line Is It Anyway?'s Wayne Brady, Ian Gomez, Brad Sherwood, Denny Siegel
Houseful of Honkeys (Los Angeles, CA)
The Transformers (Santa Monica, CA)


10-11:30pm

Maggie Mae's
Ray Prewitt's 4th Grade Class (Austin, TX)
Conspiracy Theatre Co. (Chicago, IL)

Scottish Rite Theatre
Spoo (Chicago, IL)
Sgt. Pickery's Mechanical Wonderfra (Los Angeles, CA)

Velveeta Room
Workshop Showcase


11pm
Hyde Park Theatre
Austin Theatresports' First Annual Invitational Micetro Show


Venue Guide:

Austin Music Hall, 208 Nueces
Capitol City Comedy Club, 8120 Research
Dobie Theatre, second level, Dobie Mall, 21st & Guadalupe
Esther's Pool, 525 E. Sixth
John Henry Faulk Living Theatre, 204 W. Fourth
Hyde Park Theatre, 512 W. 43rd
Maggie Mae's, 512 Trinity
Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress
Scottish Rite Theatre, 207 W. 18th
Velveeta Room, 521 E. Sixth

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