Tuesday, Oct 3, 2017 • 1-2pm
ADMISSION: Free in conjunction with Free First Tuesdays
Watch or join in as performers use Archie Rand’s The 613 as a source for improvisation during this gallery-based program. Performance and gallery interaction led by Rebecca Poretsky of BATS Improv. Free in conjunction with Free First Tuesdays.
Rebecca Poretsky is an improviser, actor, writer, and performer. She's been improvising for over 15+ years. She regularly and often performs with the main stage company at BATS Improv, and has also improvised in the Bay Area with Speechless, Awkward Dinner Party, Couples Therapy Improv, and The Un-Scripted Theatre Company. Poretsky has performed live and video sketch comedy (Crisis Hopkins, the Kasper Hauser Comedy Group) and original solo performance (I Left My Heart in Brooklyn—The Marsh). She starred as Señorita Panochista in Spring Break: The Musical, an original production written and produced by the Mortified team. She's performed with BRAVA for Women in the Arts in San Francisco, the Bread and Puppet Theater in Vermont and in New York City, and trained at Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, Massachusetts. You can see her on small and tiny screens in Catlandia and Flummox and Friends, and you can learn more about her at rebeccaporetsky.com.