Free Improv Comedy Show for Kids, Dec. 11th (Taichung)

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Free Improv Comedy Show for Kids, Dec. 11th (Taichung)

Postby JoHo » 28 Nov 2010, 00:51

Taichung Improv presents: Improv Comedy for Kids!

For this very special show we’ll make every kid’s imagination come to life!

Tailor made for young kids age 5-12 (Whole family welcome!)

Improv comedy uses audience suggestions and participation to create fun, high-energy and highly imaginative scenes on stage.

Fairy tales, cartoons, books, movies or whatever the suggestion might be we’ll do it and everyone will have the best time ever!

Place: Stock 20 Theater (By Taichung train station – back entrance on Fuxing Rd)
401 台中市復興路四段37巷6-1號

Date: December 11th, 2010

Time: 14:00-15:00

Free admission

For more info: taichungimprov@gmail.com
or call Josh 091212 9654
Website: http://www.taichungimprov.com
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Re: Free Improv Comedy Show for Kids (Taichung)

Postby ThreadKiller » 28 Nov 2010, 01:01

Not being in Taichung and not having kids, I won't be there - but I imagine it will be a helluva lot of fun.

Best of luck with the show JoHo.

Nice website by the way.
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Re: Free Improv Comedy Show for Kids (Taichung)

Postby JoHo » 28 Nov 2010, 01:50

Thanks! We do have a show that very same night for the grownups.....
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Re: Free Improv Comedy Show for Kids (Taichung)

Postby Puppet » 01 Dec 2010, 00:23

ThreadKiller wrote:Not being in Taichung and not having kids, I won't be there - but I imagine it will be a helluva lot of fun.

Best of luck with the show JoHo.

Nice website by the way.


Thanks for the website compliment. Check it for updates in about a week.
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Re: Free Improv Comedy Show for Kids, Dec. 11th (Taichung)

Postby JoHo » 14 Dec 2010, 19:51

A heartfelt thanks to everyone who helped spread the word, participated and attended. We had over a 100 kids with their families and all had a great time. I don't know who enjoyed it more, us or the kids!
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