SU students took part in the SUAG Improv Show on Saturday night, where everything was made up and the points didn’t matter.
Starting at 7 p.m. in Orndorff Theatre, the six students did their best to come up with skits on the spot to entertain audiences.
Inspired by the game show “Whose Line Is It Anyway,” which debuted in 1998, the improv group played several different styles of games to test their improvisational abilities.
And while it may not have featured the cast’s main members like Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles or Colin Mochrie, the students still tried their best to create entertaining scenes for the audience.
The games they played included the questions game, scenes from a hat, the dating game, sixty to ten and more.
The audience even had chances to get involved, shouting out scene suggestions they wanted to see acted out.
During the dating game, the scenes ranged from simple ideas, such as a contestant being the host’s father, to more unique ones like the contestant falling in love with a chair.
If you’re interested in more improv comedy, then you’re in luck. The Whose Live Anyways tour – featuring Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Jeff Davis and Joel Murray – will be coming to the Luhrs Performing Arts Center on April 28.
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