Arts Collective’s “What Improv Group?!?!” Spring Fling Friday, April 4!
Improv troupe rounds out its out-of-control successful 3-show season with a Spring Themed Improv Show featuring its popular, unique brand of improv paired with special guest appearances
Howard Community College’s (HCC) Arts Collective (AC) proudly announces its popular improv troupe, “What Improv Group?!?!” (W.I.G.), Spring Fling Friday Improv Show, on April 4th at 8:00 p.m. in the college’s Studio Theatre.
W.I.G. rounds out its successful 3-show improv season by delivering its most unique take on improv… Spring (Will it ever arrive?!?! Yes, No, Yes… Maybe?) and much, much more… including give-away treats and audience participation! That’s right! Seriously funny business… WIG flings into spring with on-the-spot storytelling using suggestions from the audience!
APRIL 4TH’s W.I.G. Show
Keith Becraft, Ashanti Cooper, Candace Cooper, Keri Eastridge, Daniel Johnston, Emma K. McDonnell, Shawn Naar, Kathleen Williams, and… Special Guest Artists (might even be YOU)!
Individual tickets are $12 for general admission and $10 for students with identification.
Tickets may be purchased through the Box Office at (443) 518-1500, or online.
For more information on AC, call (443) 518-1922, visit their website, or email email@example.com.
Note: Parental guidance suggested. Recommended for ages 12 and up.
About AC’s “What Improv Group?!?!”
Arts Collective’s What Improv Group?!?! (W.I.G.) began its on-stage journey February, 2009. For the past 5-plus years W.I.G. has been about creating and exploring a unique voice, a new take on improv and storytelling. W.I.G. not only performs at HCC–shows, workshops, seminars, etc.–they also appear off-campus. Previous off-campus gigs have included shows via the Baltimore Improv Festival, Columbia Festival of the Arts, local schools, special events at HCC, etc.! Most notably, W.I.G. has also partnered with Steppenwolf West (Los Angeles)–hosting three summer intensives (in 2009, 2010, 2012) featuring instructors Alexandra Billings, Eric Hunicutt, and Susan G. Kramer. See W.I.G.’s complete history on AC’s website:
About HCC’s Arts Collective
Now in its 19th Season, Arts Collective (AC) is a creative force, entirely committed to offering diverse, awe-inspiring works across several genres, including plays, musicals, improvisation, dance and more! Established in 1994, AC is a professionally run organization all about supporting, nurturing and fusing collaborative relationships between all artists, from students to professionals, on and off the stage, to Howard County and beyond.
View AC’s 19th Season line-up.
Illustrations by Emma K. McDonnell.