All Play: Fever Pitch

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introducing all play: fever pitch 


This summer, Bad Dog Theatre will be replacing our weekly Tuesday night All Play show with Fever Pitch, a 14-week competition pitting 11 longform improv teams against one another. Each show will take place Tuesday at 9:30 PM at Bad Dog Theatre.

how it works

Each team will perform three times over the course of the summer. Each show will feature three longform improv teams squaring off, with the audience choosing their favorites. At the end of the night, after the votes are counted, the top team will earn 3 points while the second place team will earn 2 (third place earns one point - in the event of a forfeit, a team will earn 0 points).

At the end of the summer, the teams will the most points will square off as the audience anoints its Fever Pitch champions.

who can sign up

All Play: Fever Pitch is open to troupes who have at least four (4) members, with at least one member who has either a) enrolled in classes at Bad Dog in 2019, b) is or has been a member of the Bad Dog Featured Players or c) is or has been a Bad Dog staff member. Individual performers are limited to performing with just one troupe in the competition.

how to sign up

Go here and fill out your details by Friday, May 17th.


Questions? See below, or email academy@baddogtheatre.com. May the best team win!


QUESTION: WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE A TROUPE? CAN I STILL APPLY?

Email academy@baddogtheatre.com, describing your improv experience levels. If we have enough interest from individuals we may form troupes specifically for this competition.

QUESTION: DOES MY TROUPE HAVE TOO MUCH/NOT ENOUGH EXPERIENCE?

All experience levels are welcome to apply! The goal with this competition is to include variety, with a blend of established performers, up and comers and students who are brand new to performing for audiences.

QUESTION: WHAT IF WE DON’T KNOW OUR AVAILABILITY FOR THE SUMMER?

Fill out your availability as best you can.

QUESTION: HOW MUCH DOES THIS COST?

There is no cost to performers or participants, either to apply or to perform in the shows.

QUESTION: WHEN WILL “REGULAR” ALL PLAY BE BACK?

Right now the plan is for All Play to return in the fall.