After months of negotiations, bargaining, and everything else that goes into getting an Improv troupe settled into a new theater, the Improvables made their triumphant return to the stage and grand debut at the Davis Center for the Performing Arts last night. It also marked our third annual Halloween show, and a near-capacity crowd turned out to help us celebrate the occasion.
Yes, you read that right. Steve was the evening's M.C., with Biz, Guy, and Scott facing off against Ian, Parker, and yours truly; Michael provided the music on guitar. We got to play some of the seasonal favorites, including “Oxygen Deprivation,” “Tombstone,” and “Campfire Tale,” as well as old classics like “Greatest Hits” and “Film Noir.”
If last night's show was any indication of what is to come at our new home at the Connie Leishman Performance Hall/black box theater, we hope to enjoy many, many more performances of the sort in the years to come.