A slice of pizza, a cow, and the seven dwarfs took the stage for the first improvisation show of the season on Oct. 2 in the LGI.
“We have a lot of funny people. We have a lot of people who add great dynamics. We have a variety of different people who add different people to the group,” Tabitha Prowse (10) said.
The show featured three groups, Mission Improvable, Home Improvment, and Hakuna Improva. Each took the stage for a combination of long-form improv (which features full scenes formed around audience suggestions) and improv games.
“[We] practice different scenarios, like if [the audience] says this, or if they say something else. It’s improv, so it’s all off the top of our heads, and you really can’t prepare for those kinds of things,” Prowse said.
To get into the show, the cost was three dollars or three cans of food. The cans helped benefit the charity Trick or Treat So Kids Can Eat.
“When everyone’s energized, and have practiced well, and we’re ready to go, we work really well together,” Jacob Quintanilla (12) said.