One of Harold’s favorite hideouts, Sketchy Alley is a portal to a place where anything is possible, and everything is real. Sometimes, the places that scare you the most are the very places that you learn the most about yourself. Sometimes, a visit to these places will color every subsequent decision, and further define your identity. Step through the magic door. Let us be your guides through a space-time butterfly effect, where one word from the audience decides the world, character, and the themes of the rest of our set. Will things get weird? Yes. And, you’re welcome. Sketchy Alley performs a narrative Harold – an improvisational long-form developed by Del Close in collaboration with Charna Haplern.
Members have studied at Leela, iO (Chicago), Second City(LA), Endgames(SF), BATS(SF), and A.C.T. (SF) with additional training through workshops with improv masters Adal Rifai, Jason Shotts, David Razowski, Scott Adsit, Armando Diaz, Jet Eveleth, Susan Messing, and Rachel Hamilton.
Performs Friday, October 7th at The Revue Stage, for tickets click here.