August 4, 2005 - THEY improv Featured in the New Times Broward / Palm Beach - "Charity Laughs"
THEY improv's performance and the Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre was featured in an article in the Performance section of the New Times Broward Palm Beach in an article by Jake Smith titled "Charity Laughs". If you would like to view the whole article click here for a scan.
Just when you thought Drew Carey and his ilk had killed off the art of bullshitting their way through a decent joke, local improv troupe THEY bring the practice back to life. For the first time in Fort Lauderdale, THEY will spend 90 minutes cracking unrehearsed jokes based on audience suggestions alone; so yell loudly, and yell often. This group of actors gets together to perform its spur-of-the-moment shenanigans this Saturday night at the Fort Lauderdale Children's Theatre (640 N. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale) for more than just the giggles. Despite the venue, this isn't some cutesy kids program. Tonight's show is a benefit for the FLCT; proceeds will be used to fund drama programs for kids. The show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $7. Call 954-763-6882, or visit www.theyimprov.com. -- Jake Smith.
About THEY improv
THEY improv is an informal group of actors getting together and performing improv, often for charities and always for the betterment of everyone. For now there is no corporate structure and no financial relationship, with their first several performances to be done for charities and the money never even being seen by the troupe. Marketing funds and efforts will either be donated by the members or provided by the charities themselves.