The improvisational troupe ComedyCity is making a return appearance to the Algoma Performing Arts Center, 514 Fremont St., at 7 p.m. Friday (Nov. 9).
Tickets for the family-friendly, one-hour performance are $5 general admission and can be purchased at www.algomapac.com or at the door.
Here’s how the group describes itself:
The ComedyCity improv troupe has been entertaining Wisconsin crowds with their family-friendly shows for over 30 years.
What is ComedyCity, you ask? We are a troupe of improvisational comedy performers. We feature four shows each week, and because it’s improvisation, you never see the same show twice. ComedyCity is the longest running comedy club in Northeast Wisconsin.
What is Improv? Improv, or improvisational comedy, is defined as the ability to create and perform spontaneously or without preparation. In short, nothing is scripted, we make stuff up on the spot. It’s comedy without a net.
What can I expect? We don’t force audience members to come on stage or anything like that. We do ask our audiences to participate, shout out suggestions when we ask for them (i.e. “What’s something you see in a garage?”) that we incorporate into scenes, songs, and sketches, and occasionally we ask for volunteers to join us.
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