Spotlight: The People’s Non-Binding Arbitration

When Endgames opened up submissions for new shows back in January, we had to sit back and just stare in awe at the crazy ideas growing in our improv scene… Though, honestly, none of them was as interesting as The People’s non-Binding Arbitration. Don’t take our word for it. Watch their new promo spot!

Or hear it in Dwayne McDaniel’s own words:

The People’s Non-Binding Arbitration is out to solve Read the rest

We’ve got good news and bad news…

We’ve got good news and bad news…

And they’re both the same thing: The The Endgames Improv Up Till Midnight Jam is CHANGING.

I know, I know. This is terrifying. This is terrible. WHY would you change something like this? Well, be patient a minute, we haven’t even told you what’s changing.

So, bad news first. Sad news. After nearly three years of hosting the Endgames Improv Up ‘Til Midnight Jam, our very favorite suit wearing improviser … Read the rest

More classes posted

More classes posted

Welcome to our new website!

Classes for March have been posted, including a whole new swath of level one classes. If you’ve been waiting for a chance to sign up, you can do it now! We’re going to be posting level 1 classes more often now, with the eventual goal to have them starting every couple weeks.

We’re also happy to announce a new Advanced Harold class with Max McCal, … Read the rest

Dummy Returns

Dummy Returns

Dummy is back! Endgames is turning up the volume for our week of celebration, launching our new lineup. Some of the best improvisers in the world. Nina Metz of the Chicago Tribune says:

“For years T.J. Jagodowski and Dave Pasquesi have reigned as Chicago’s must-see two-person improv team. After catching a recent set from Colleen Doyle and Jason Shotts at iO Theater, I think it’s safe to say there’s room … Read the rest

More shows starting in February!

Endgames + Stage Werx = 9 Shows Every Week

Starting February 9th

Endgames Improv has been performing shows at Stage Werx for over two years, and it’s no secret that we love that place. We love the location: the mission’s energy and nightlife match our zest for going out and being around friends. We love the theater itself: there are a lot of smaller theaters in San Francisco, but Stage … Read the rest