Silverthorne Pavilion hosts an evening of improv comedy
Event: Plastered in Paris
When: 8:30 p.m. Wednesday April 24
Where: Silverthorne Pavilion
SILVERTHORNE – Employers struggling for Secretaries’ Day ideas to reward their hardworking helpers have a great chance to treat them at the Silverthorne Pavilion’s Improv comedy show Wednesday. Presented by Summit Professional Services, “Plastered in Paris” will give employees and employers something to laugh about as the comic troupe acts out everyday office situations with a dose of humor.
“Folks are using this as an opportunity to take the whole staff out. Don’t be surprised if your office uses one of your office bloopers as an idea for the improv troupe,” said Maggie Butler, Pavilion Coordinator.
Improvisational Comedy shows rely on the audience to fill in the content and/or details of that night’s show by providing a variety of suggestions (locations, motions, objects, witing styles, activities, occupations. etc) throughout the show. About 20 minutes prior to the start of the show, Butler will collect ideas from the audience for the comedians to play off of.
Plastered in Paris is a talented group of professional comedians who have been working together since the early ’80s. They have performed thousands of customized comedy shows and have headlined major comedy clubs all over the U.S.
Butler reminds potential comedy-goers that the content of the shows tends to lean on the adult side and is not appropriate for children.
Wednesday’s show begins at 8:30 p.m., but the doors will open at 7:30 for those guests who want to guarantee a good seat and enjoy a cocktail and music by Baryonyx before the show. Tickets are on sale now at the Silverthorne Recreation Center for $10 until 5 p.m. April 24. At 7:30 p.m., the tickets will go back on sale at the Pavilion for $15. Seating is open; guests buying for tables of eight or more may reserve tales in advance. Tickets may be purchased by credit card over the phone by calling (970)262-7370. Call the Pavilion event Hotline at (970) 262-7370 to learn about more upcoming shows.
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