The longest-running comedy troupe at the Watchung Arts Center will return next month.
The Improvables, the laughter-invoking improv group, will be at the Center to perform its family-friendly show on Saturday, Jan. 11, at 8 p.m.
The troupe performs a series of “games” in which they act out various scenarios without knowing in advance what they are going to say or how things are going to turn out. The audience often sets the scenes for the players on-the-spot and may be pulled up to join in the fun. The troupe performs a series of skits from pre-written prompts or audience suggestions.
Come ready to laugh at the antics of this wonderful improvisational troupe of actors including Randy Schweriner, David Kritz, Michele Kerekes, and Brandon Lericos of Bridgewater, Phil Hochman of Plainfield, Roberta Maher of Mt. Arlington, and Mike Griffin of Hillsborough.
The next Improvables Adult Show will be on March 15 at 8 p.m. Family-friendly shows are suitable for children 10 and older, while adult shows are “R” rated.
Tickets are $8 and can be purchased online from Eventbrite, or from the Watchung Arts Center box office. For more information, call 908-753-0190.