Audience vs. Improvisers in New Family-themed Game Show
What: KAZOKU! the improvised game show
When: May 16 – 24, Fridays and Saturdays, 8 pm
Price: $10 (admission is free each night for the 3 lucky contestants chosen to play on the Audience Team!)
Where: Pershing Hall
3618 SW Alaska St – West Seattle
“behind the Big Cannon”
Tickets: http://kazoku.brownpapertickets.com or at the door
KRAM Improv and Pershing Hall are proud to present KAZOKU! the improvised game show, May 16-24 at Pershing Hall in West Seattle.
KAZOKU! takes a family teaming with hang-ups and dysfunction and pits them against the brave and beloved Audience Team in a series of outrageous challenges, with everyone competing to win Fabulous Prizes.
Guided by the sure hand of our delirious Game Show Host, watch as the Family Team teeters on the edge of despair and redemption. Can they put aside their differences and pull together to battle their way to victory? Or will their baggage pull them under? The only way to find out is to play KAZOKU!
Inspired by “I Survived a Japanese Game Show” and “Minute to Win It,” each performance of KAZOKU! is a completely fresh non-stop evening of improvisational scene- and game- based comedy, driven by the suggestions of our all-powerful audience. The family-themed challenges run the gamut from highly competitive and tricky, to just plain ridiculous.
KRAM Improv is made up of: Angela Bennett, Alex Dittmar, Rachel Jackson, and Kristin Olsen.
About KRAM Improv: KRAM Improv is a Seattle-based democratic-anarchic improv collective formed in 2007. KRAM’s formats are developed by a consensus-driven, organic process under the guidance of The Taco Quorum.
More Info: http://www.facebook.com/KRAMimprov
West Seattle, Washington