7:00PM – Ugly Words : Kids’ Storytelling Event ($Free)
Alchemy is hosting a special event at 7PM as a collaboration with Greenville’s Ugly Words. Ugly Words is an Upstate community organization that provides free creative writing workshops with a focus on fostering a life-long love of writing. Last Saturday, participants in one of these workshops got to write stories that they will tell to inspire some kid-friendly improv scenes from the members of Alchemy Comedy this Friday. This free event is open to the public, but we ask that you first allow seating for the kids and parents that made this show possible.
If you would like to learn more information on attending, volunteering, or donating to an Ugly Words workshop you can find them at UglyWordsGreenville.bellstrike.com
Friday at 8pm things are starting to heat up with the 4th week of Alchemy’s Dual Duel March Madness! Normally in Dual Duel, it’s two duos in a head-to-head comedy competition for points and your laughs. This month, each victory also decides the winner of a tournament ending with the finals on April 5th. In this week’s show it’s Britney and Brad on the Red Team vs Lena and Andrew on the Blue Team. Come out and help decide who walks away a victor, and who simply walks away. You may have seen improv games before, but you probably haven’t seen it like this!
At 9:30 stories from a guest inspire scenes from the all-star cast of Local Legends. This week, see scenes based on the stories from local Real Estate Consultant Haro Setian. Haro has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s in Economics from Clemson University and has lived and worked in the Upsate for 15 years. He has established himself as one of the top real estate agents in the area (currently with Keller WIlliams Realty and the Haro Group), and speaks four languages (English, Armenian, Spanish, and some Russian.) When he’s not working in real estate, Haro also manages his wife Mariam’s world music career and spends time with his family. Three great shows this Friday, so mark a spot on the calendar to relax at the end of the first full week of Spring.