Improv Sunday at Turn 12

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Race on over to Turn12 for “Improv Sunday”. Sunday, June 29th at 8:00PM (the last Sunday of the month.) This is our first Improv Sunday performance! The Mirth-O-Matics are ready to make stuff up! We love having people laughing with and at us! We hope to see you there!

$15.00 at Brown Paper Tickets or at the door.

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/742020.

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May 5th – Benefit Show for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

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Our next show is a benefit performance to help raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. We’ll be at the Turn 12 Bar & Grill starting at 8pm. You can make reservations for dinner and show or just the show.

Monday, May 5…. Cinco de Mayo
8pm to 10pm Benefit Show: Proceeds to Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
10pm to 2am DJ Dancing
Turn 12 400 Tyler St. Monterey
http://www.turn12barandgrill.com.
Advance Purchase $15 At Door: $20
Ticket Purchase: Turn 12: 831-372-8876 or 831-917-0044

It’ll be a fun show…our debut at Turn 12…and all for a great cause.

Produced by Monterey iMPRoV.

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Improv Show – March 7 & 8 at the Cherry Center

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Who: The Mirth’O’Matics
What: Improv Comedy Show”
When: Friday and Saturday, Mar. 7 and 8, 2014
Time: 7:30pm
Where: The Cherry Center For The Arts,
4th And Guadalupe, Carmel
Tickets: Gen. Adm. $15 (Students: $12)
Information: 831 624 7491 http://www.carlcherrycenter.org

IMPROV COMEDY IN MARCH AT THE CHERRY THEATER

Quick wit will turn audience suggestions into lots of laughs and fun when the Mirth’O’Matics take the stage at the Cherry Center in Carmel on Friday and Saturday, tMarch 7 and 8.

Fresh from their successful 2014 debut show at the Green Chalk Gallery, the Mirthers bring their spontaneous creativity to life from word one. Upon taking the stage they greet the audience and ask for a word. Without missing a beat, they immediately begin s series of scenes inspired by the word. Gerry Orton, the troupe’s director explained the quickened pace adds more energy to the performance. “We’re off and improvising within the first few minutes of the show,” said Orton. Reporting that they have received
positive feedback about the quicker pace, Orton added, “The audience gets what we’re doing without a lot of pre-scene explanations, so let the show begin. We’re ready to go.”

Scenes, theater games similar to Whose Line Is It Anyway, and improvised songs are all part of the recipe that gives the audience a laugh filled evening. And who doesn’t enjoy that?

The Cherry Center For The Arts is located at 4th and Guadalupe in Carmel. Curtain time is 7:30pm for both the Friday and Saturday, Mar 7 and 8 shows. Tickets are available on line at http://www.carlcherrycenter.org . Tickets will also be available at the door which opens at 7pm General Admission is $15, (Students: $12)