The Improv People!
By Joseph Bennett, photo by Scott Umstattd
Improvisational theater is pure invention—a way of making things up spontaneously, out of whatever comes to mind in the moment. All of us improvise in our daily lives—after all, conversations we have with friends and strangers happen on the spot without planning, and for improv actors, this art form offers an amazing opportunity to let go of inhibitions, be willing to make mistakes, think fast on our feet, and make up scenes based on what you, the audience, suggest!
Comedy Performance with The Improv People
Sat, Nov 28, 7pm
Teatro Santa Ana
San Miguel de Allende’s own improv troupe, The Improv People, is thrilled to present another laugh-out-loud performance at Teatro Santa Ana. This show—our final one of the year—is titled “Leftovers … the Best Part of Thanksgiving!” We’ll be inspired by suggestions from the audience for leftover foods, leftover relationships, and lefover dreams, as well as scenes that are left over from previous shows that the audience particularly enjoyed, such as the ever popular “Film Critic” with entirely new films, new critics, and new ridiculousness! Also joining us on stage will be the ever-talented musician, Doug Robinson.
This performance is also the kick-off of Sublime Design Interior’s annual charity drive for those living at, or on the fringes of, the city dumps. Audience members are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item to the show for those in need. All donations are welcomed and appreciated!
All previous shows performed by The Improv People have sold out. Seating is limited, and advance ticket sales are available from any cast member and online at TheImprovPeople.com. Thank you for supporting live local theater!