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“You are seriously missing out if you have not seen this show! Continue reading
Best Improv In Los Angeles
You just had a horrible day at work, the 101 is at a standstill, and to make matters worse you just found out that your favorite TV show has been canceled. Continue reading
As a transporting experience to the golden heyday of radio, well, not so much. But as a gag for some rib-tickling humor, Liquid Radio hits the spot like only improvisational comedy can do, even when it’s bad, it’s good.
As I walked into this state-of-the-art, newly renovated small theatre, I felt like something magical was going to happen. I was definitely looking forward to the show and its special host.
With “On Air” and “Applause” signs flashing overhead, improv troupe Liquid Radio Players toss blank script pages onto the stage as they re-create a 1940s-style radio show with alarmingly sharp wit. Continue reading
Complete with an announcer, narrator, two Foley artists, an organist and a dancing can of Red Bull, this group could have just as easily placed a radio on stage, allowed the audience to close their eyes and we would have been just as entertained. Continue reading
Question: How can a show so spontaneous, so over-the-top hilarious, be G-rated? Continue reading
LA Weekly Comedy Pick of the Week!
The Liquid Radio Players really swings. Under Stan Morse’s helm, the Liquid Radio Players comedy troupe’s weekly presentation of an entirely improvised ’40s-style radio serial is a study in acting agility and wit. Continue reading
The Liquid Radio Players improv group captures a bygone era of live radio shows where shouts of “golly!” and “gee-whiz!” propelled stories of outer space, the old west, or a gumshoe’s important case, and captivated millioas of listeners. Continue reading