Out of Bounds

The Fifth Annual Out of Bounds Improv Festival runs Aug. 31-Sept. 4, Wednesday-Monday, at the Hideout, 617 Congress, unless otherwise specified. Tickets are $10 each per block of shows. A festival pass is $65. For more information, visit www.outofboundsimprov.com .


Wednesday, Aug. 30

8pm downstairs:

The Becchini (Austin)

Scott & Stacey (Austin)

The Plurals (Austin)

8pm upstairs:

Cagematch Tournament Champion (Austin)

You Me & Greg (Austin)

Parallelogramophonograph (Austin)

10pm downstairs:

free mystery show


Thursday, Aug. 31

8pm downstairs:

Hoover's Blanket (Austin)

Marty Barrett (Los Angeles)

8pm upstairs:

Room to Improv (Los Angeles)

Massive Creativity (Houston)

10pm downstairs:

Renob Control (Portland)

PUNCH DRuNK Comedy (Dallas)

10pm upstairs:

American Standard (New York)

McNichol & May (Austin)


Friday, Sept. 1

8pm downstairs:

Kihckercast Project (New York)

Girls, Girls, Girls (Austin)

8pm upstairs:

The Frank Mills (Austin)

Apollo 12 (Phoenix)

10pm downstairs:

Keilly and Roeters (Los Angeles)

Edmond Bulldogs (Austin/Los Angeles)

10pm upstairs:

JoKyR and Jesster (Salt Lake City)

Goga (New York)

12mid downstairs:

All-Star Micetro


Saturday, Sept. 2

8pm downstairs:

Get Up (Austin)

Imp. (New York)

8pm upstairs:

ColdTowne Heroes (Austin)

Second City L.A.'s the Group (Los Angeles)

10pm downstairs:

Sketchcore (Chicago)

Latino Comedy Project (Austin)

10pm upstairs:

Mod 27 (Palm Beach)

The Knuckleball Now (Austin)


Sunday, Sept. 3

Esther's Pool, 525 E. Sixth 7:30pm

Available Cupholders (Austin)

3 for All (San Francisco)

Dasariski (Los Angeles)


Monday, Sept. 4

8pm downstairs:

Double Feature (San Francisco)

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