Family at improv on Alberni

The Improv comedy group at the Capitol Theatre are using the family unit as the inspiration for comedy in Whose Line is it Alberni.

The Improv comedy group at the Capitol Theatre have set their sights on the family unit as the inspiration for comedy in their upcoming Whose Line is it Alberni show.

With a theme of Family Matters the comedians will draw on the trials and tribulations of family life, from raising children, helping the grandparents, managing the in-laws and all points in between.

The monthly comedy show, which is suitable for all ages, features local actors in short improvised scenes based on suggestions given by the audience. Without a script, actors draw on their quick wit, imagination and comedic timing to entertain.

The show takes place this Friday, Nov. 23, 7 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre on Arygle Street.

Tickets are only $5 at the door.

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