"Don't Feed Us After Midnight" performs one night only at Adams State College
The art of comedic improvision comes alive at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 16 in the Adams State College Xperimental Theatre. The performance is free, first-come-first-serve seating, for only one night.
The Adams State troupe, "Don't Feed Us After Midnight" formed in the fall semester and meets weekly to learn the trade through practice and study. The troupe's mentor, Jenna Neilsen, assistant professor of theatre, studied with Keith Johnstone, one of the fathers of modern improvisation.
The improve troupe will feed off audience participation and each other. Due to potential adult content, the evening's performance is rated PG16.