About Our Shows
Since 2002, Un-Scripted Theater Company has staged over forty productions in a range of genres and styles: stage plays, musicals, narrative long-form, improv comedy, and theatrical experiments. We aim to expand the boundaries of improvised theater, featuring shows in which our improvisors, using audience suggestions, strive to create plays or musicals that are sometimes serious, sometimes comic, and often both, with fully improvised dialogue, songs, and dances created before your eyes.
Most of our improvised theatrical performances occur in limited runs of about six weeks each. Our late-night, freeform improv comedy show, DASH, happens every Saturday at 10pm.
You control the action in this Un-Scripted original production! An audience favorite since its premiere in 2003, The Short and The Long of It uses your suggestions and votes to create a totally improvised, totally different show every night. Exercise your democratic right to a great night out!
Let It Snow!
Un-Scripted Theater Company’s beloved classic returns! There’s no other holiday entertainment like it. Each night, Un-Scripted’s skilled improvisors create a brand-new, wholly original ensemble musical from audience suggestions.
Un-Scripted Theater Company's improvised show about the craziness of online dating and the search for love in San Francisco.
Fog City Noir
Un-Scripted Theater Company presents Fog City Noir: unique, improvised Psychological Noir dramas, set in a hotter, darker San Francisco.
Longform Un-Scripted brings to the stage up-and-coming Bay Area improvisors to perform Un-Scripted Theater Company's unique style of improvisational theater, creating full-length two-hour plays in front of the audience's eyes.
It all seemed like such a good idea: the perfect plan was in place, life would be a paradise… until chaos ensued. Inspired by great writers from Oscar Wilde to Neil Simon, TV shows like Frasier and films such as Some Like it Hot, this completely improvised, full-length play will show you what happens when good people make bad choices. Whether you call it comedy or call it farce, you will definitely call it funny.