Apply to Fest

Apply to the Fest!

Femprovisor Fest accepts submissions from diverse all female-identified improv ensembles, comics, sketch groups, and performance artists. Improvisation must be a part of the act’s process in some manner. Improvisation could be part of the act’s scripting process, and need not necessarily be a live improvised performance. Femprovisor Fest ’18 is slated for April 26th – 29th, 2018 at the EXIT Theater in downtown San Francisco.

Applications will be accepted from Friday, December 1st through Saturday, February 10th (11:59pm PST). All those who applied will be contacted by Monday, February 19th regarding their participation and the official line-up will be announced on Sunday, February 25th.

BEFORE submitting, please check out our SUBMISSION TIPS so you can put your best foot forward.

Improv Ensembles: Improv ensembles may submit through the Improv Network now: APPLY HERE! 

OR Submit a 25 minute unedited performance video, completing the questionnaire, and paying the $20 submission fee. SUBMISSIONS OPEN SOON!

Sketch Groups: We also feature a small number of sketch groups – please submit a 25 minute video of your sketches performed on a live stage, completing the questionnaire, and paying a $20 submission fee. Please note all performers in sketches must identify as women. SUBMISSIONS OPEN SOON!

Solo Performers: We will feature “FemmeC’s”, solo performers who will act as hosts for each show. FemmeC’s are encouraged to submit to Femprovisor Fest by submitting a 5 minute unedited set and completing the questionnaire along with paying a $5 submission fee. We are looking for a diversity of FemmeC performers ranging in styles from comedy, music, slam poetry, clowning, storytelling, etc. We are celebrating the diversity of the woman’s voice. SUBMISSIONS OPEN SOON!

Instructors/Panelists: We are looking for innovative female identified workshop instructors and panel members to encourage, educate, and inspire festival participants and audience. Submit a 50-100 word bio as well as short workshop description and/or panel topic and links to any past workshops, videos, and testimonials. Submit workshop and panel proposals through The Improv Network by setting up a teacher profile and list of workshop offerings or e-mailing