The Teacher’s Lounge Mafia will once again be performing their zany improv comedy act at the Wilton Free Public Library on Saturday, Feb. 7. Doors open at 6:30 pm for a Silent Auction Show starts at 7:30 pm. Entertainment suitable for the whole family.
Tickets only $5 at the door! Refreshments available! All proceeds benefit the WFPL. Silent auction includes fine art, crafts, and many business-donated gifts.
Built from audience-provided suggestions, Teachers Lounge Mafia delivers improvisational games and sketches designed to yank people right out of mud season and on to higher ground. The group performs a combination of short, medium, and long form improv games and structures. Thus, the group performs interactive games similar to those popularized on television’s Whose Line Is It, Anyway? as well as original formats and scenes in the traditions of Second City, Groundlings, Upright Citizens Brigade, and Improv Olympic. No two shows are ever just alike. Teachers Lounge Mafia consists of local comic actors Jeff Bailey, Emily Pottle, Dan Ryder, Natalie Simmons, Kyla Wheeler, Gavin Pickering and Alex Krietzman.
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The workshop will be facilitated by Dan Ryder, Mt. Blue High School teacher, and will encourage students to work with other young creators to share ideas, learn techniques, and discover ways to reach an audience for their comics.
The Literary Group will be meeting Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 6:15 p.m. at the home of Phil Poirier and Heidi Wilde.
Potluck, wild fun, drinks, and book talk. Call Phil or Heidi at 778-0000 for directions.