Ian! on stage in Theatre Improv

SAR Poster Thumbnail Some Assembly Required - next show: Fall 2003

The last show we did:

7:30pm Wednesday April 23, 2003 - Some Assembly Required

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Spring is here, the grass is riz, time for some improv, a funny kind of biz...

My theatre improv group, Some Assembly Required, will be performing again this coming Wednesday, April 23, 7:30 p.m. at Club SAW (in the basement of Arts Court).

The Club has a cool cabaret-style setting, and we're bringing back some improv forms that are oldies but goodies (the games, not the performers). How about: Day in the Life (it could be your day!) or Security Guard. Come out and see!

NOTE: Due to some other scheduling conflicts, this is likely the last show of our spring season, so if you want to see us, come on out. Bring a friend or two and have some fun - we'd love to have you join us. Audience particpiation is encouraged!

Hey, now we even have our own Web site (www.someassemblyrequired.ca).

Bring out your Spring Green spirit and share some laughs at Some Assembly Required's start-of-spring improv show, Wednesday, April 23, 2003 at 7:30p.m. (Club SAW doors open at 7:00pm).

Some Assembly Required is a group of adults (and some who sometimes don't act like adults), who perform improvisational theatre games. You - the audience - will participate by offering suggestions that the performers must use to develop scenes and scenarios on the spot. If you've seen Drew Carey's Whose Line is it Anyway? on TV, then you're on the right track - well, sort of. And if you haven't seen it... well, you're easy to please!

Here are the details:

WHEN:
Wednesday, April 23, 7:30 pm, Club SAW doors open around 7:00 p.m. Arrive early to guarantee a good seat.
WHERE:
Downstairs at Club SAW (located in Arts Court building with entrance at SAW Gallery, 67 Nicholas OR 2 Daly, beside the Ottawa Hostel and across from the Rideau Centre).
COST:
Admission is $5 (cheaper than: an extra large popcorn at the movies, a copy of the Sunday New York Times or three minutes of 1-900 numbers. And, we think, twice the fun).
PARKING:
Some free street parking is available in Sandy Hill off Laurier around U of O. There's a $4 open-air lot at the corner of Nicholas and Laurier with an entrance off of Laurier, just before U of O. Indoor parking for $4 is available in the hotel on Daly, across the street. The Arts Court is located just across the road.
CONTACT:
Send email to reallyfunnyimprov@yahoo.ca or visit our 100% Canadian Web Site at www.someassemblyrequired.ca

Here are some pictures taken at previous shows and practice nights. Not all performers are to scale. Objects in this web page are closer than they appear.

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