The Hall Monitors Present: Time Out is a one-hour improvised performance loosely inspired by The Breakfast Club and set in the detention room of a 1980s high school. It’s not Theatresports™. It’s not your whacky “short-form” improv. It’s a real-time, one-act show about real people, that just happens to be made up on the spot.
I’m always interested in this kind of show because it’s hard. As improvisers, we know how to play games and create comedy through the absurd. That’s usually just how we are anyway, which is why we get into improv, but this kind of real-prov is difficult, so it’s always a treat to see a new(ish) company giving it a whirl.
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