Dad’s Garage and High Museum Team Up for Free Improv Nights

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Using the tops as individual performance spaces, sets of improvisers will be stationed around the piazza, each playing a different improv game. Audience members will be able to get uncomfortably up close and personal with the performers, thus creating a series of “private performances” around the Los Trompos installation. The improvisers will be playing some of the most popular games from the Dad’s Garage stage such as “one voice interviews” (two improvisers attempting to speak as one), word-at-a-time stories, and other weirdness. We’ve never done anything like this before, and if it fails… well, that’ll just make it even funnier.

Audience participation is vital to all improv shows, and this will be your chance to get all up in our grills as we perform. We’ll be asking for suggestions, shamelessly seeking laughs, and we might even rope a couple civilians into our performances. See you there!

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