Improvised Farce is BATS newest longform genre of comedy that is full of high-energy and very physical stage directions. Typically, the plot of a farce is a series of highly improbably events or coincidences. The characters are often larger than life, typical of BATS main stage players! Very often the humor is derived from mistaken identities or misunderstandings.
Founded in 1986, BATS has become the premier improvisational performing company and improv training school in the Bay Area, attracting more than 12,000 audience members and 1,300 workshop enrollments every year. https://www.improv.org