Cue This Comedy, Audience-Inspired Improv

. January 31, 2018.
improv

No two shows ever the same! A host brings a volunteer on stage to spin the Genre Wheel which  determines the style of the show. Audience volunteers select crucial sound and lighting cues. The only thing the performers know is the genre; everything else surprises the League of Pointless Improvisers as they perform.

$15 |  8pm show $12 | 10pm show
Friday, February 9.
Pointless Brewery & Theater, 3014 Packard St., Ann Arbor.
989-455-4484 | pointlessbrew.com

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