The Beacon Theatre, the performance hall celebrating its 79th year on historic Main Street in Beacon, welcomes back their house improv troupe, 4th Wall Productions’ Off the Wall, for two nights of improvised comedy on Friday, Feb. 15, and Saturday, Feb. 16, at 8 p.m.
The troupe creates a bevy of scenes, skits, stories and satires made up entirely from what that which is readily available — the audience. Audience participation is encouraged and preferable as the troupe performs short and long improvisational games based upon ideas of setting, characters and lines given to them.
Managed by Jeff Sculley, known regionally for his improv work, this event showcases the talents of other veteran improv performers from across the Hudson Valley. One of 4th Wall’s most requested nights, the troupe works with no script or prior rehearsal, which means anything can happen.
The Beacon Theatre is located at 445 Main St. in Beacon. Tickets are $12. For more information, visit thebeacontheatre.org.
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