BIG players will create a new two-act play each night of Unscripted. Using audience suggestions and props, our performers generate characters, scenes, and storylines to form a unique theatrical experience. A director, a sound and lighting crew, and visible stage hands also contribute to the performance, building an unrepeatable play every night of Unscripted’s run.
Some of the plays are funny. Some are dark. All of them are a one-night-only engagement.
Just to prove how spontaneous Unscripted is, we encourage audience members to bring unusual objects for use as props.
We don’t know exactly what’s going to happen, and neither do you. That’s the fun part.
Performances are at 8pm every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from April 14th through April 30th, with a special Sunday matinee at 3pm on April 24th. Tickets are $20 for Fri/Sat/Sun shows, $15 for Thursday shows. Parking is available on Howard, Huntingdon, 26th, and other nearby streets around the theater.
Single Carrot Theater
2600 N Howard Street
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Creator/Director: Prescott Gaylord
Baltimore is going to be short one brilliant, creative mind in a few months. Prescott Gaylord is the former Artistic Director of the Baltimore Improv Group. He has pushed the definition of “improv” in many directions during his time with BIG. He has directed large and small scale improvised projects in Baltimore and other cities including ‘The Movement’ (with The Collective), ‘Skinesthesia’, Improvised Burlesque (with Gilded Lily Burlesque), ‘Secrets’ (with various actors), ‘A Graveyard Bride,’ and Political Improv (with KAL). He just wrapped another awesome run of ‘Edgefest’, an improv festival celebrating alternative uses and collaborations for improv. This will be his last UNSCRIPTED run in Baltimore for awhile, enjoy this gem while there’s still time left!
Unscripted Rookie: Rasheed Green
Actor/comedian Rasheed Green has been performing improv, sketch comedy, and in scripted theater productions around Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC since 2011. Football and bank fans might remember him from his commercial with Joe Flacco for M&T Bank. His brand of comedy has allowed him to perform at festivals in cities all over the country including New York, Chicago, and Pittsburgh. He has been performing with Baltimore Improv Group since 2013 as a member of the troupe Minority Re’port . Rasheed is a frequent and emcee of various community events most notably the annual Baltimore LGBT Pride Festival/Block Party.
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