Seattle Experimental Theater performs a fully improvised parody of the original Star Trek TV series, based on audience suggestions. $16-$20.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 meets The Breakfast Club in a late-night comedic improv show written and directed by David Nance. $10-$15.
Improvised superhero movies based on audience suggestions. $10.
An unscripted crime thriller improvised by Jet-City Improv, set at the World's Columbian Expo of 1893, inspired by Erik Larson’s Devil in the White City and the story of H.H. Holmes, America’s first serial killer. $12-$15.
For nearly 30 years, Unexpected Productions has producing TheatreSports, improv comedy in a competition format. A panel of judges presides over the champion and challenging teams. $15.
Two teams of comedians compete with improv comedy. $12.
Each show features a new guest whose audience-fueled monologue inspires improvised scenes. $5.
"Good open mic, good touring acts," says Stranger comedy expert Lindy West. Plus, they have a "starving artists" menu when you can get a grilled cheese sandwich for cheap! $10-$20.