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Choose Your Adventure: An Improvised Tale

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The audience gets to guide the plot as constructed by this four-man troupe of local young improvisers. On opening night, the guys ran with the suggestion of setting the action in “ice tunnels” sparking a weird tale of a new-on-the-job Sherpa from Nebraska fending off global warming with the help of subterranean icemen.

The audience gets to vote by applause on the characters’ course of action, but the choices tended to be no-brainers. Still, given that the guys are capable of some inventive shtick, things will hopefully get more unpredictable as the run goes on.

— Randall King

 

From the Fringe program:

In this entirely improvised show, the story you see is made up from start to finish. When a tale comes to an important crossroads, it's up to you to decide which way the story goes. Want to see the hero become a painter instead of slaying the dragon? Want to stop fighting aliens and start panning for gold? It's your call. And because it's completely improvised, you'll take part in a new adventure every show!

Recommended For: General Audience

Length: 60 min

Tickets: $8

Discount Tickets: $6 for Matinees, Students, Seniors

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