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And It All Went to Hell: an improvised comedy Freeform improv comedy. 10pm Saturdays.


Our Box Office and Salon

The Salon (across the hall from the theater) is a warm, comfortable place to wait before the show starts.  The Box Office and Concessions areas are located there.  The Salon opens an hour before showtime.  Join us there before (and after) the show!

Seating at Shows

Doors open fifteen minutes before curtain, and shows start promptly on time. All Un-Scripted shows have "reserved VIP" seating, which means that all advance tickets are assigned to seats before the house opens. If your group has purchased tickets in advance (through an online ticket purchase, a group sale purchase, or a tix booth purchase) the house manager will have reserved seats for your party (see VIP Seating, below). If you're buying your tickets at the door, we recommend that you get to the theater before 7:30 so you get your choice of the seats that are not already reserved.

If you are part of a group that purchased tickets separately, but would like to sit together, please drop an email to boxoffice (at) to let us know as soon as possible.

Online Ticket Purchase / VIP Seating

If you purchase your tickets online any time up until 6:00 PM on the day of the show (or 1:00pm for matinees), you are automatically given VIP seating. We will reserve some of the best seats in the house and mark them with your name. It's our way of saying thank you for buying tickets in advance. So remember: Buy tickets online and we'll save you prime seating. Just be sure to get to the theater at least 15 minutes before curtain or our "general admission" ticket holders may want to lynch you for your awesome saved seats.

Group Ticket Sales

If you have a big group of people (10+) who want to go out for a night on the town, you can take advantage of our group sales program. You will get a discount on your ticket prices along with reserved seating. Just remember, reserved seats are only held until 7:45. For more information on Group Ticket Sales please write to boxoffice (at)

Supporting a Show

If you're a starving artist or a friend of the cast and you want to see a show for free, consider helping us run the house during a show; we are often in need of extra hands. If you are interested in doing support for a show, contact boxoffice (at), and we will schedule you for an open slot.


Press Reviews

"Un-Scripted Theatre’s Act One, Scene Two Unites Improv and Playwrights" By Robin Hardwick, July 20, 2011

"‘Let It Snow!’ is musical that’s made to order" By Sam Hurwitt
Marin Independent Journal, December 2, 2009

"Best of the Bay: Nightlife and Entertainment"
SF Bay Guardian, 2008

"What the hell did I get myself into?" (audio review of Let it Snow)
The Cool as Hell Theater Show, November 28th, 2007

"Your Show Will Be Different" By Paul Sinasohn
San Francisco Bay Times, August 30, 2007 (Review of Shakespeare: Un-Scripted)

"Top Picks" (Shakespeare: Un-Scripted), August 29, 2007

"Improv making up for lost time" by Sam Hurwitt
San Francisco Chronicle, July 15, 2007

"The humans are okay, but the puppets are the real stars" By Molly Rhodes
SF Weekly, May 23, 2007 (review of The Great Puppet Musical)

"The audience’s input keeps ‘Puppet’ lively" by Pat Craig
Contra Costa Times, May 7, 2007 (review of The Great Puppet Musical)

"The Theater: Comedy Cohabitation Off Union Square" by Michael Katz
Berkeley Daily Planet, October 27, 2006 (review of Supertrain)

"Stage Fog: The Making It Up As We Go Along Edition", February 25, 2005 (review of You Bet Your Improvisor)


"Playing the Short and the Long of It, Un-Scripted" by Betsy M. Hunton
Berkeley Daily Planet, June 10, 2005 (review of The Short and the Long of It)

"The ‘Snow’ must go on" by Tiffany Maleshefski
San Francisco Examiner, December 7, 2004 (review of Let It Snow!)

"Act Scared: Horror on the spot" by Anneli Rufus, Stefanie Kalem, and Annika Dukes
East Bay Express, October 27, 2004

"Spicy & Cheap: New, improv’d Shakespeare" by Lisa Drostova and Kelly Vance
East Bay Express, July 21, 2004


Blogs and Personal Reviews

"Un-Scripted... with Scripts!" by Sam Hurwitt
(Review of Act One, Scene Two)

"The Manifestation of a Script" by Marissa Skudlarek
(Review of Act One, Scene Two)

"My wife and I are season ticket holders for SF’s Best of Broadway and A.C.T, and I will say that I enjoyed Act One’s Improvisation as much as most of the big productions. The cast spun a very interesting story that hung together remarkably well. Talented group, enjoyable evening, intimate theater setting. Well worth it!"
-- H & H, Alamo, CA (For Act One, Scene Two. Courtesy of Goldstar)

"Fascinating! Very talented people."
-- Victoria Holder (For Act One, Scene Two. Courtesy of Goldstar)