Giggle improvisationally at Barking Legs on Monday
My horoscope this week is suggesting I “scour my brain with silliness.” And what better way to do that than with those adorably goofy guys of First Draft Productions? Also, I can’t resist an email that starts out: “Wheee Doggies! It’s time for ANOTHER Good, Old-Fashioned Improv Show!”
So, head on out to Barking Legs on Monday, July 20 for a show the gang promises will be long-form games exclusively. To wit:
• Harold. In which they get a suggestion from the audience, and after a brief monologue, create a series of scenes from those seeds.
• The Bat. They’ll turn off all the lights, get a suggestion from the audience and create a series of scenes, in complete darkness, using nothing more than voices.
• HyperLinks. They’ll start with a suggestion from the audience and when someone yells out “Click!,” they’ll start a new scene. “It’s just like browsing the Internet, but with fewer cat videos,” they promise. (We’ll see about that.)
Afterwards, there will be a talk-back, so you can tell them what you thought of the show, and, what you’d like to see in future shows.
First Draft Improv Show
Monday, 8 p.m., PG-13 show
$5 at the door.
Barking Legs Theater
1307 Dodds Ave,