- Show Schedule
- Groups A-M
- Groups N-W
- Character Psychology (Jill Eikman)
- EMOTER (Aden and Eric Nepom)
- The First 30 Seconds (Joe Bill)
- Fucking Around (Aden and Eric Nepom)
- Improvised movement (Nathania Bernabe)
- Improv Like a Married Couple (Carla and Craig Cackowski)
- Making Mischief (Kristen Schier)
- Musical Storytelling (The Shrieking Harpies)
- Owning The Stage (Kristen Schier)
- The Power Improv Masterclass (Joe Bill)
So you think you've seen every coming-of-age movie, from Girl Interrupted to Boyhood? Trust improvisers to show you something new in the genre. Kangaroo Court will spin the story of a "Coming of Age" flick out of thin air, complete with the outcast protagonist itching to leave this crappy hometown in the dust, plus (we're guessing) first love, bullies, and conflicts with well-meaning but bumbling parents. They say, "The answer was inside us the whole time, probably."
The Perks of Being a Misfit
Kangaroo Court Improv
Thursday 2/15, 8:00pm at the SFIT Second Stage
About the Show
This show will contain adult language.
Growing up is hard when you're an outcast. You don't fit in and you can't wait to get out of your hometown. Or maybe you can wait, because nothing in life seems appealing. We got you. Come watch our fully improvised tale of an outcast teen coming of age, right before your very eyes. The answer was inside us the whole time, probably.
About the Group
Kangaroo Court consists of Seattle-based improvisers Amanda Walker, Anthony Householder, Cailey Nickerson, Kristine Ota, Michael Draper, and Tony Morse. They have been playing together since 2015, and performing at theaters all over Seattle. They were all once teens themselves.
The Perks of Being a Misfit features Anthony Householder, Krstine Ota, Michael Draper & Tony Morse.