THANK you to our patrons for voting us THE BEST in the 2015 Readers' Choice Awards for Theatre again this year (back to back with 2014)! Much gratitude and congratulations to our many dedicated, talented professionals who made this possible. What an exciting way to get ready to open our 40th season!
An improvisational evening in the style of "Whose Line is it Anyway?" Sponsored by the Dick's Open.
$20 all seats, Drink Specials Available
Fundraiser by Minuteman Child
|Dave Grinstead||Mary Largenton||Joey Lopez|
Dave is from Sadieville, KY. He has studied improv and sketch comedy at the Improv Asylum and Improv Boston in Massachusetts and is a regular performer in various shows at both theaters. He has performed at the Boston Comedy Arts Festival and NYC SketchFest with the sketch group Mrs. Peanut. In college he once made a movie where a guy was a phone called “broPhone”. He is still proud of it.
Mary Largenton is an improviser, sketch writer, and joke explainer. You can see her perform with ImprovBoston’s FaceOff cast or Studio 40 team, Buscow. Additionally, Mary has performed on House Teams (Improv Asylum), Garbagetown (IB Harold Night), and B.U.M.P. Mary would like to thank all of the people responsible for making her improv career a reality but mostly she’d like to thank Swedish pop group ABBA. For pictures of cats and complaints about the MBTA, follow Mary on Instagram and Twitter @marymeplease
Joey thanks his babe of a wife, Siobhan, for putting up with his Lego addiction, feeding him, and her constant support of his comedy pipe dreams. Big thank you to his friends and family for coming to shows. Special thanks to Bill Connolly, Marty Johnson, Kiley Fitzgerald, Ryan McFarland, and Teddy Myers for taking a chance and putting Joey on stage with people far funnier than him. Nicolas Cage is the worst.
|John MacGregor||Teddy Myers||Amanda Sousa|
John MacGregor feels excited and fortunate to be a part of this show. He’s performed on Improv Asylum House Teams, Improv Boston Harold Night, and Just Suspect’s Woodstock Wednesday's. He was also a part of Suffolk University’s grammy nominated troupe, Seriously Bent, for three years. (Google us!) He did four years in the Coast Guard and wants to thank his cast and the handful of directors he’s had over the years. And you, for not questioning why his bio is in the third person when he clearly wrote it.”
Teddy re-discovered his love for comedy after taking a class with local improv troupe The Puzzled Players. He then moved to Boston, joined the Improv Asylum Training Center and now performs on their weekly House Teams with a bunch of other hooligans. He’d like to thank his director Jeremy Brothers for his support and confidence, his inspiration guru Ben Williamson and most importantly his parents for encouraging him to play make believe as an adult.
Amanda is beyond excited perform with this talented group of performers. She is a graduate of Improv Asylum’s Training Center. Performing weekly at Improv Asylum’s House Teams and Improv Boston’s Harold Night, and is an alumnus of Suffolk University’s award-winning Seriously Bent. Previous work includes Improv Boston’s Holiday Spectacular. She would like to thank her friends, family, and Olive for the endless inspiration for “skits” ;-)
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Performance Day: Noon–Curtain