From the Blog The Snail Shell, the author writes about seeing us perform as part of the SF Improv Festival during his trip to the Bay Area:
- An improv show. Two sets, one by some people I don't remember much, one by the Un-scripted theatre company who asked the audience for a (non-musical) playwright, then improvised an hour-long musical in the style of that playwright. For our show, it was Oscar Wilde. It was really slick. And there were only three of them!
From the Daily Californian article about the San Francisco Theatre Festival: "Un-Scripted was lively, energetic and quite impressive"
And a scene from last summer's Shakespeare: Un-Scripted appeared on YouTube. I was in this scene and I'm not sure I can follow what's going on. Stage improv does not translate well to the screen. Just remember that this scene is from a long-form and that some us play more than one character, as delineated by our hats.