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The Comedy Improv Musical Variety with the Chuckleheads
Concerts
Date: August 18, 2012
Time: 8:00 pm

Location: Show map
Warehouse Performing Arts Center
9216-A Westmoreland Rd
Cornelius, NC

Contact: Scott Pacitti
Phone: 704.301.1564
Email: scott@planetimprov.com

The Charlotte improvisational theatre group, the Chuckleheads, presents their Comedy Improv Musical Variety Extravaganza. Tickets are: $10,  at www.planetimprov.com or when you contact Scott at  704.301.1564, scott@planetimprov.com and get added to the guest list. Tickets are  $15 when purchased at the door.

The show will be a combination of improvisational comedy, musical games/activities, game show elements, and the heavy-duty audience participation that has become a staple of Chuckleheads’ shows over the years.

The doors to the Chuckleheads’ show at the Warehouse Performing Arts Center will open at 7p.  “Fabulous Prizes” will be raffled off during the show as a fundraising event for Actor’s Crib, Inc. Parking is free in the lots surrounding the Warehouse Performing Arts Center.

For more information visit www.planetimprov.com or contact Scott Pacitti
                




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