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Bovine Metropolis brings reality TV concept to live stage with "Denver's Next Improv Star"

Improv STAR!
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Bovine Metropolis Theater turns the reality TV contest concept on its head with “Denver’s Next Improv Star” – an elimination style improv performance that pits 15 local improvisers against each other to see who will be the last one standing after 11 weeks of competition.
"We all love reality TV,” says Bovine Artistic Director, Eric Farone. “We love picking who we want to win. In 'Reality Theater' you get to pick who you want to win. The audience's opinion matters and will influence the outcome. It's going to be fun!"

Each week contestants will be put through a variety of short form games and long form scenes. Two judges, and a guest judge, will decide who goes home, until, Denver’s Next Improv Star is revealed. Contestants aren’t just competing for the title as they will also be competing for prizes from Elitch Gardens, Photography by Demetrius Austin, The Rialto Café,The Fairfield Inn, A La Carte Baskets, Banjo Billy's Bus Tours, The Courtyard at Marriott and Tattered Cover Book Store.

For more information
The all-ages show runs at 8 p.m. on Saturday evenings starting January 23. Tickets are $16 and can be reserved by emailing reservations@bovinemetropolis.com or calling 303.758.4722 or going to www.BovineMetropolis.com. To meet the contestants, and the judges, go to Denver’s Next Improv Star’s Facebook page.

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