VICTORIA – The Impromaniacs, Victoria’s original Improv Company, are thrilled to bring you BAD MATH! at the Victoria Event Centre, 1415 Broad Street on Thursday, OCTOBER 16 at 8:00 pm.
Ever thought math could be entertaining? What do you get when you add actors and an audience to the Victoria Event Center and take away the script? You get Victoria’s own The Impromaniacs’ latest show, BAD MATH! Come join The Impromaniacs for a return to classic form, with an evening of exciting, hilarious and algebraically-correct short form improv games!
The evening will present an exciting variety of improvisational theatre styles as the Impromaniacs play all your favourite short form improv games. The entire show will be a rapid-fire procession of quick and quick-witted improv games that will offer plenty of chances for the audience to see their suggestions used on stage. Improv, like calculus is all about managing your variables, so The Impromaniacs have been studying hard to deliver one hilarious equation! When asked to comment, Impromaniacs media liaison Ryan Whyte said, “Well, I took calculus in university, so I think it’s going to be a fantastic show.”
The entire performance will be created before the audience’s eyes, as we take our inspiration from audience suggestions and instantly weave them into games and stories that are sure to delight! We've got something for everyone! Bring the whole family (and your best suggestions) out for this evening of great live entertainment.
What: Impromaniacs present BAD MATH!
Where: Victoria Event Centre, 1415 Broad Street – right across from the A-Channel
When: Thursday, OCTOBER 16th, 2008
Doors open: 7:30pm
Performance starts: 8:00 pm (100 minute run, includes one 20 minute intermission)
Tickets at door: $10 General, $8 for Students/Seniors
Advance Tickets: $7 General, $5 for Students/Seniors
Advance Tickets available at: Lyle's Place – 770 Yates Street
For more information, please contact Ryan Whyte, Media Liaison, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 250.507.4671.
The Impromaniacs acknowledge the financial assistance of The Province of British Columbia.
The Impromaniacs are a registered non-profit society, and have been providing entertainment to Victoria and the world since 1989.