Students come out to watch improv

by Cassie Rowe
edited by Tyler Aragao

Fifty students showed up on Friday night to see Mission IMPROVable in Spagnuolo Hall.

Mission IMPROVable was a hit last Friday March 4th, they did five acts, each one grabbing the attention of the audience more. Spagnuolo Hall was packed with students excited to see the performance. Pierce Activities Council members said they expected somewhere between forty and eighty students to show up.

Mission IMPROVable is a group of three men and a woman who travel the country putting on improv shows. They involved everyone in the audience by asking for different things or ideas and they made up a scene on the spot. Their biggest hit last night seemed to be A Night at the Pierce where they bounced between Shakespearean English and modern English and told the love story between a CA and a student.

Nick Ducharme, a high school senior from Bedford New Hampshire, was especially excited to participate in his first P.A.C. night. He said, “I’m really glad I made the trip this was a great show.” Ducharme was here visiting his sister and hoping to be a freshman next year. 

(Photo: Cassie Rowe)

One Response to Students come out to watch improv

  1. Great article Cassie!

    Dana Leith March 10, 2017 at 3:10 pm Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Music electives expand individuality

“We could find a role for anybody, even if someone is just playing cow bells,” said Bunk.