June 20th/21st Harold Night! Greenvillager! Local Legends with Jacob Farley!

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Friday June 20th

 

HaroldinPost7:30PM – Harold Night feat. Harold and Harry ($8)

One of Alchemy’s goals is to connect the Greenville improv community with the larger world of improvisational comedy. Originally created by one of the founders of modern improv in Chicago, the Harold dates back to the 1960s and has maintained status as one of the oldest and most popular improv formats. Alchemy Comedy’s Harold Night is a bi-weekly showcase of Alchemy’s Harold teams. This week’s show features Harold and Harry.

9:00PM – Local Legends with stories from Jacob Farley ($10)

At Friday’s 9 o’clock show, stories from a guest inspire scenes from the all-star cast of Local Legends. This week, see scenes based on the stories from cancer survivor, Jacob Farley.


Saturday June 21st

7:30PM – Dual Duel: Competitive Improv Comedy  ($8)

This Saturday’s 7:30pm show is Alchemy Comedy’s players in Dual Duel. Two duos in a head-to-head comedy competition for points and your laughs. There will be a few familiar games like those featured on the show Whose Line Is It Anyway?, as well as some Alchemy originals. In this week’s show it’s Lena and Harrison on the Blue Team vs Wendy and Nicole on the Red Team. Come out and help decide who walks away a victor, and who simply walks away. You may have seen improv games before, but since it’s all made up on the spot, you’ve definitely never seen this show!

9:00PM – Homage: Improvised Movie AND Greenvillager: Improv inspired by the News ($10)

Homage is a thematic improvised show. Everything from Shakespeare to Alfred Hitchcock and everything in between, this team take a classic style and creates an entirely new world. New characters, new conflicts, same familiar themes.

Fresh off the presses it’s Greenvillager! Our newest improv show featuring all-star improvisers performing scenes inspired by news stories. Players begin the show tearing up the day’s local newspaper for stories, articles, and thinkpieces to inspire a full-length, improvised show.

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