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Cheap Date: Coach's Armando w/ Fictionary & BLB Improv

Bexar Stage's newest house team, Fictionary, will let imaginary words take shape on stage. You make it up, they'll make it true. Next, Blind Leading the Blind Improv is a mature group of improvisors who have experienced many aspects of life and will use that experience to show the audience how they have survived and thrived. To close out the night, the Bexar Stage team coaches will demonstrate an Armando - a longform that pulls inspiration for scenework from a monologist. BYOB.

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  • Bexar Stage

    1203 Camden St., San Antonio Downtown

    (312) 971-7252

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