Probably most performers would say that improv is that riskiest performing art and that ensemble improv is a high wire with no net. The night I attended the audience was small but warm, the troupe ran with their suggestions and produced some very funny bits. They showcased many of the exercises or “games” taught or practiced in theater classes. One of the highlights was a bit in which two actors improvised a job interview as the interviewee mimed the gestures of an audience member sitting between the interviewer. If you like improv, you will likely enjoying your outing here.