Time to show up for the showdown! The next Vancouver Improv Fight Club features a face off between Inside Shoes and The Punchliners on April 11!
Grown from a seed in a second storey window, Inside Shoes is made up of a pro wrestler, a martial artist, a long haul truck driver and a film maker. Seperately they are Ravenous Randy, Taizo Ellis, Rachelle Tomm and David Manuel. Together they promise to smell their way into your heart like a fresh insole.
Who will win in the comedy showdown at Cafe Deux Soleils? Join us on April 11 to decide for yourself. Doors at 7:30 pm, action starts at 8 pm. Tickets just $7 or $5 for students.
After VIFC, sign up for our Short Form Mixer starting at 9:45 pm! It’s your opportunity to jump onstage at Cafe Deux Soleils and jam in improv games in a fun and supportive environment! No matter your skill level, everyone is welcome! Sign-up at 9:30 pm, and it’s free to play in or watch!
Last night’s amazing fight between Sudden Death Improv and Unscripted Chaos at Cafe Deux Soileils marked the debut of a few new additions to Vancouver Improv Fight Club. Not only did we launch the new “Suburbs” division of VIFC, and have our very first “Ref’s Challenge” ever, but we also saw our very first “Short Form” vs “Long Form” matchup.
The competitors from Port Coquitlam and New Westminster brought their A-Game in the hopes of being crowned champion, and accepted the challenge of playing with a last minute addition to their rosters – courtesy of Chip Ellis and Jennifer Perrin. Unscripted Chaos unleased a 20 minute set featuring a visit to the doctor because of a misplaced hamster ball, a director scene involving an Ent, and a song about beautiful eyes. Sudden Death Improv countered with scenes involving a cave with a door, running through the woods and having your clothes melt off, and catching a fish straight from the audience.
It was a hard fought match, but at the end of the fight it was Unscripted Chaos who was crowned the first ever Boss of the ‘Burbs. They will return at a future VIFC show to defend their title against another improv troupe from the suburbs.
Last but not least, many thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy Vancouver Improv Fight Club each month. Our competing teams and the Fictionals appreciate your support of live comedy in Vancouver!