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Spitfire Poetry Presents:
Open Mic and Showcase

Performance - Friday, March 31 | 8 pm

Admission:$7 Performers / $10 Audience


Savannah's Improv Company Presents:
Front Porch Improv

Performance - Saturday, April 1 | 8 pm

Black Box at Cultural Affairs
9 W Henry St | Savannah, GA 31401

Savannah’s finest and funniest monthly show mixes improv games, improv scenes and stories into a seamless, spontaneous and unscripted theatrical experience.

Front Porch Improv is produced and homegrown by Savannah’s Improv Company (SiC). The ensemble are graduates of Chicago’s I.O. (Improv Olympic), The Second City, The Groundlings, New York City’s Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and Charleston’s Theatre 99.

The professional improv cast incorporates audience ideas and suggestions throughout the show: from the ridiculous to the hilarious. The ensemble emphasizes comedic acting, grounded characters and believable relationships very much like a play, but without a script. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll laugh at other people crying.

Admission: $15, Cash/Credit Card

Reserve Tickets Here FrontPorchImprov.com


The_Salesman.pngCinemaSavannah Presents:
Foreign Film Series - The Salesman

Showing - Sunday, April 9 | 5:30 & 8 pm

Black Box at Cultural Affairs
9 W Henry St | Savannah, GA 31401

The Salesman (Persian:translit. Forušande‎) is a 2016 Iranian drama film directed and written by Asghar Farhadi and starring Taraneh Alidoosti and Shahab Hosseini. It is about a married couple who perform Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman on stage, when the wife is assaulted. Her husband attempts to determine the identity of the attacker, while she struggles to cope with post-trauma stress. Farhadi chose Miller's play as his story within a story based on shared themes. The film was shot in Tehran, beginning in 2015.

The film premiered in competition in the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, where it won two awards — Best Screenplay and Best Actor for Hosseini. The Salesman went on to receive more positive reviews, and won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. However, Farhadi did not attend the 89th Academy Awards ceremony in protest of Executive Order 13769.

Admission:$7 at the door


Spitfire Poetry Presents:
Open Mic and Showcase

Performance - Saturday, April 26 | 8 pm

Admission:$7 Performers / $10 Audience