The Spolin Players

www.spolinplayers.com · Ages 8+ · family friendly · United States

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer July 25, 2013
This was hilarious. Entertaining and Educational. I hope it comes back next year.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 30, 2013
So enjoyable, entertaining, hilarious and marvelous. I felt privileged to watch these experienced players at work. The performances were top notch, enjoyable for me and my visiting parents. It will be a great memory of their visit to LA.... full review
BILL RATNER certified reviewer July 03, 2013
Watching these comedy pros bounce out onto the stage was like watching the NY Yankees hit the infield in the good old days. The full house was full of well-deserved laughs for this troupe of improv-magicians. John Mariano could be the new Howdy Doody on speed, he was so lithe, and stage-electric. It's hard to single out performers from this group of long-time experienced improv players, but what the hell...My favorite moment was watching the brain of Pat Musick on mic meld with the stage acting/lip-synching of Donna du Bain during a film dubbing bit. These two were in psychic stage heaven along with the whiz-wit of Danny Mann. How the hell do they do that? Well, that's the magic of comedy improv when it's done by pros like this. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 23, 2013
Wonderfully fun show for everyone!! If you want to laugh out loud for an hour go see The Spolin Players!!!!... full review
IAN FEDERGREEN certified reviewer June 14, 2013
Your enjoyment of this will depend 100% on your tolerance for short form improv games. It didn't make a convert of me. http://fringeblog.webs.com/... full review
MORNA MURPHY MARTELL certified reviewer June 29, 2013
I am amazed, dazzled and definitely amused by the brilliant improvisations dealt by this fascinating company. Just think, every show you see will be different but I can only comment, and praise, the one I was lucky enough to witness. Since suggestions come from the audience (and not all seemed pre-set) the series of sketches are actually created on the spot - improv, duh! Favorite sketches, done effortlessly yet with keen precision, include: a man drowning in a leaky submarine, with sound effects “drip drip drip” to curdle your blood; O.J. Simpson in jail deciding whether to have water or juice; a roundelay of gibberish conversations being translated by a cheerful moderator, and a couple searching in a haunted house for the remains of a (may... full review