F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Save The World!: A Maladjusted All-Star Comedy Disaster

F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Save The World!: A Maladjusted All-Star Comedy Disaster – The Hideout Theatre
Rated R – 60 minutes
9/25 9:30pm & 9/27 9:30pm @ Super Happy Fun Land 

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The Hideout Theatre (since 1999) is a 2-stage improv theater and coffee house in the heart of Downtown Austin, TX, serving up coffee and tasty local treats, 7 levels of classes, and 10 shows a week. ‘F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Save The World!’ comes from The Hideout’s Stargazer Series, curated by Artistic Director Roy Janik. The Stargazer Series specifically promotes and stages intimate, diverse, and experimental improvised theatre.Full show description 3-5 sentences: In F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Save The World!, the famously dysfunctional literary couple continue their side-career as mercenaries and assassins for hire in the mysterious world of international espionage in the Jazz Age 1920s, where all notable artists and intellectuals are multi-talented friends or foes to the Fitzgeralds, and automatons, time machines, secret amulets, and ancient curses are all in a day’s work. This time, however, our unreliable (and probably drunk) protagonists Zelda (Kaci Beeler) and F. Scott (Curtis Luciani) are in over their heads!
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Inspired by the NYNeoFuturists, classic spy films, and seizure-inducing anime, F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Save The World! is part improvised play, part character-driven sketch comedy, with a dash of interactive game show thrown into the mix.Produced by and starring Kaci Beeler (Austin Chronicle Best Actor 2012, Parallelogramophonograph) and Curtis Luciani (Your Terrific Neighbors, Austin Sketch Fest) as their version of the infamous Fitzgeralds, joined by an all-star ensemble cast featuring Michael Jastroch (ColdTowne founder), Jericho Thorp (Midnight Society), Valerie Ward (PGraph), and Courtney Hopkin (Your Terrific Neighbors). With Chris Albano as technical director.Warning: This show is NOT for the kiddies, so leave ’em at home!

$12 tickets