It was a stage five donnybrook, real drag out fight. Guns were drawn, threats were made and somebody had to go. Such was the scene at The People’s Non-Binding Arbitration, an every-other-week, judiciary-themed show from Endgames Improv’s UQAQUA. All that happened. I shit you not. Sure, all of it was in the element of …Continue reading "The People’s Non-Binding Arbitration Case xXx (3/28/2016) | Sponsored"
Over the last year, UQAQUA of Endgames has committed themselves to defusing disputes and rousing contrition with The People’s Non-Binding Arbitration, a judiciary-themed improv comedy show in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District. After hearing two sides of an argument—any argument will do, I’ve personally heard burrito v. burrito, musicals v. not-musicals, wine …Continue reading "Interview: Justice Is Served by Joshua Love | Sponsored"
When I said I wanted beef, I didn’t mean literally. Such as the scene last Monday at Uqaqua’s People’s Non-Binding Arbritration (presented by Endgames Improv, and Stage Werx, shows practically every day of the week), featuring a debate (and improv show) pitting a Grilled Chicken from La Cumbre and a Super Carne Asada from El …Continue reading "Show Review: People’s Non-Binding Arbitration: Carne Asada Super vs. Grilled Chicken Regular (1/18/16) | Sponsored"
A couple of days ago, in honor of my “Going Steady With The Blog” perk (get well soon Josh!), I witnessed the People’s Non-Binding Arbitration. So Fun! This edition featured pretty chippy trial arguing for and against musicals, dramatized by improvisational comedy, by the one and only @uqaqua. Jesse Hett argued against musicals …Continue reading "I Was Tasked With Being Sketch Artist/Stenographer For People’s Non-Binding Arbitraton | Sponsored"