Laugh with outrageous late-night improv from ‘Turbo Turkey’ at BAT


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Adam Hegg of the improv group Turbo Turkey cracks up other group members (and the audience) with his creatively staged “death” during a late-night performance at Burien Actors Theatre’s pop-up theater on March 1. Photo by Michael Brunk.

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Members of improv group Turbo Turkey perform an Emotional Symphony during a late-night performance at Burien Actors Theatre’s pop-up theater on March 1. Photo by Michael Brunk.

Hilarious late-night improv has arrived in the form of ‘Turbo Turkey’ at Burien Actors Theatre’s pop-up theater at 14907 4th Ave SW – the former Staples space – Saturday nights through March 23.

From 11 p.m. to midnight every Saturday through March 23 (March 8, 15 and 22), the award-winning troupe’s fast-paced, outrageous comedy will have you howling with laughter.

Admission is pass-the-hat.

Make an evening of it and arrive at 8 p.m. for Burien Actors Theatre’s comedy Noises Off, frequently called “the funniest farce ever written.…” (read our review and get a $5 off coupon here).

Tickets for Noises Off range from $7 to $20.

Burien Actors Theatre is temporarily located at 14907 4th Ave SW (former Staples site in same shopping center as Ace and Bartell Drugs) for Noises Off and late-night improv with Turbo Turkey. BAT’s regular performance is undergoing repairs for damage caused by the December 10, 2013, fire, with completion anticipated sometime in April.

For more information, go online to www.burienactorstheatre.org or call 206-242-5180.

VIDEOS: Some videos shot by Michael Brunk:

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