About This Show

The Price of Justice is a comedic take on the police drama genre written through improvisation by local actors Tim McKendrick and Saurin Choksi and directed by Nate DuFort. McKendrick and Choksi delicately balance their parody of the genre with their respect and understanding of it and create unique and varied characters leaving no arm of the law unscathed. Follow Detective Malloy on a journey of justice as he slowly realizes that the man he trusted with his life, who coincidentally shares the likeness and even the same name as the city’s worst crime lord, isn’t quite who he thought he was. Along his path we see a plethora of zany characters from a rap mogul with stolen beats to a police lieutenant that asks for far more than your badge and gun. There’s something for everyone in this show and even if you haven’t seen every cop movie ever made, don’t worry because Tim and Saurin have and they’re ready to exploit it to the full extent of the law.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: April 1, 2006 Final Performance: April 29, 2006
Location: Improv Inferno, Michigan

309 S Main St,

Ann Arbor,


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