Whose Live Anyway? hits the Batavia Fine Arts Centre

This May, the Batavia Fine Arts Centre will host a special night of improvisational comedy. Whose Live Anyway? showcases the remarkable talents of four comedians. This successful show has been touring the United States since 1999, and is sure to be a hit with audiences in the Batavia area. Here is a quick look at what you can look forward to from the Whose Live Anyway? production.

Improvisational comedy

Whose Live Anyway? stars Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Chip Esten and Jeff B. Davis. These seasoned comedians will lead the audience through 90 minutes of improvised comedy. During the show, the actors will create hilarious skits and scenarios using suggestions from the audience. Skits can range from fully improvised songs to outrageous situations, and more. As the comedians improv their lines, they create wild and funny scenarios in real time.

Audience participation

Audience participation is a key part of the Whose Live Anyway? experience. During the 90 minutes of the show, the audience will be asked to provide suggestions and input into what will happen next. To encourage the participation of the audience, the actors will play games and ask questions.

Tickets and information

Tickets are now available for the Whose Live Anyway? production at the Batavia Fine Arts Centre. The show will take place for one night only, on May 30, 2014, and will start promptly at 7:30 p.m. Season ticket holders will be eligible for discounted ticket prices.

To learn more about the upcoming season at Batavia Fine Arts Centre, give their box office a call at 630-937-8930. Along with live plays, their event space hosts dance performances, symphony performances and a variety of other enriching performing arts productions. 

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