“Best Comedic Performance by a Group” by the 2008 New York Nightlife Awards. “modern tribut to the Bard that mixes Shakespearean language and a tone with heaping tablespoons of Monty Python-esque slapstick and wordplay. This indisputably great improv is fueled by smart plot development, stage chemistry and recognizable characters,” discribed by the Centerstage Chicago an Online City Guide.
What would you do with one audience comment and an hour to fill? Hailing from Chicago, The Improvised Shakespeare Company fills every original performance with on-the-spot wit, hilarity and impeccable Elizabethan dialect. Each fullimprovised skit is based on one audience suggestion — a title for a play that has yet to be written.
Performance at the City Opera House on Thursday, Oct 20th as part of the Auto-Owners Insurance Performing Arts 2011-2012 Series. Tickets are on Sale at the City Opera House Box Office , online at www.cityoperahouse.org or by calling 231-941-8082 ext 201
Ticket $30, $20