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Tickets and Directions

September 6, 2007

How do you get a ticket?
How do you get to the theater from BART?
Where can you park?
The official Fringe site has answers for you: Ticketing policies and Directions


You Go First @ the San Francisco Fringe Festival

September 6, 2007

You Go First promotional photo

Improv without a net: two veteran Bay Area improvisors step out on stage.
No games.
No format.
No words shouted from the audience.
Someone had better say or do something.

In this completely improvised show, collaborators William Hall (BATS Improv, Fratelli Bologna) and Tim Ereneta (BATS Improv, Storytellers Unplugged) push beyond clever ad-libs to dive into compelling characters and engaging stories, bringing the audience along on their journey to explore modern life and middle age.

EXIT Stage Left, 156 Eddy Street, San Francisco (map)
Friday, September 7, 10:00 PM (Note: on this date, the part of William Hall will be played by Rich Ross)
Monday, September 10, 7:00 PM
Saturday, September 15, 2:30 PM
Sunday, September 16, 8:30 PM

Tickets: $9 at the door. First come, first serve. If you really, really want advance tickets, you can get them, for $11, if you click here. NO REFUNDS and NO LATE SEATING.

Plug Your Fringe Show at You Go First!

September 6, 2007

Fringe performers: during the soft openings (i.e. before the clock starts on our show) at the end of each You Go First performance, we’ll ask you to stand up and invite our audience to come see your show. Bring postcards, shwag, bribes.

Don’t have a Fringe show, but have something else to plug? Sure, why not? But you have to buy a ticket and see our show. Or contact us for naming rights and sponsorship opportunities.

You Go First: the YouTube Teaser

September 4, 2007

You Go First: Meet the Secret Mystery Guest

August 25, 2007

On Friday, September 7th, the part of William Hall, normally played by William Hall, will be played by a secret mystery guest Rich Ross!

Rich Ross portrait

Rich Ross maintains a 300 gallon live coral reef system in his living room, breeds cephalopods, and is active in the reef aquarium community.

Oh, and he improvises too. Rich is a mainstage company member of BATS Improv, co-founder of San Francisco‚Äôs Start Trekkin’ – An Improvised Parody of the Star Trek Universe, and has performed with Fratelli Bologna and True Fiction Magazine. Learn more about Rich with these links:

Rich’s Bio at BATS Improv (link)

Rich’s MySpace page (link)

Rich’s personal Web site, (link)