Schedule

Out of Bounds

The Out of Bounds Improv Festival runs Sept. 7-10, Wednesday-Saturday, at the Hideout, 617 Congress. Tickets are $10 each per block of shows. A festival pass is $50. For more information, visit www.outofboundsimprov.com.

Wednesday, Sept. 7

8pm Downstairs:

Mild Dementia (Dallas)

Gag Reflex (Austin)

Think Tank (Austin)

8pm Upstairs:

Wooden Nickel (Austin)

French Club Dropouts (Dallas)

Polite Society Presents... (Austin)

Opening Night After Party, Molotov Lounge, 719 W. Sixth


Thursday, Sept. 8

8pm Downstairs:

The Sicks (Austin)

The Plurals (Austin)

Keilly and Roeters (Los Angeles)

8pm Upstairs:

Massive Creativity (Houston)

Foolish Mortals (Austin)

Jesters Ink (Richmond)

10pm Downstairs:

Movie Night featuring Edmond Bulldogs' TV pilot, Dave Bewley's 2001


FrIday, Sept. 9

8pm Downstairs:

Bearded Lamb (Chicago)

PUNCH DRUnK Comedy (Dallas)

8pm Upstairs:

Get Up (Austin)

JoKyR and Jesster (Salt Lake City)

10pm Downstairs:

Girls Girls Girls (Austin)

Apollo 12 (Phoenix)

10pm Upstairs:

Kick the Squirrel (Portland)

Tight (Austin)


Saturday, Sept. 10

7:30pm Downstairs:

The Knuckleball Now (Austin)

Tiny Bandeleros (Los Angeles)

Mod 27 (Palm Beach)

8pm Upstairs:

GunShow (New York)

Mavervol's Space Island (Los Angeles)

10pm Downstairs:

Well Hung Jury reunion (Austin)

10pm Upstairs:

Heroes of Comedy (Austin)

Kihckercast Project (New York)

Closing Night After Party, DoubleTree Hotel, 303 W. 15th

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