Short Form Improv is a series of quick, exciting, and fun games. Each game has its own chance for audience interaction. Think of a game like Pictionary where you know who draws and who guesses.
Most shows at Baltimore Improv Group tackle explore audience suggestion(s) or ideas over the course of several scenes. Each scene is built in the moment without restriction that goes on at such length that it's actually called Long Form Improv.
Luckily for us, we have performer and coach Kim Scarfe (GUS) bringing together some of our cities top performers to compete – not to the death. In the below transcript, we find explore Comedy Deathmatch 3000 and it's producer in the past, present, and future:
Various BIG members and friends contribute to the blog. Enjoy!