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Deadliest Improv Warrior

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In this ongoing battle of quick wits, the audience decides which team will live to wing it another day.

The winning warriors return the next night to face a new set of rivals, so there’s always fresh blood. But it’s improv, so there’s no guarantee every show will be a killer.

In this particular showdown, the returning champs were no match for the challenging trio, which included Winnipeg’s improv ninja, Lee White. And to think it started with a fugitive chicken…

If you’re a big improv fan, even a maiming is worth the price of admission.

— Carolin Vesely

From the official Fringe Festival program:

 

Every night, two teams go head-to-head in a battle of epic proportions!

With only 25 minutes each to prove themselves, the teams have to pull out every trick they have to impress you!

Your vote determines which team returns to defend their title and which team goes home.

Featuring performers from Winnipeg and across Canada.

Warnings: Subject Matter, Language, It's improv so we'll just have to wait and see if there is a need for a warning.
RECOMMENDED: General Audience

60 min

Exchange Community Church (Venue 20), to Saturday

Tickets: $8
Discount Tickets: $6 for Students, Seniors, Fringe Performers

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