Topeka Civic Theatre hosts ‘Laugh Lines” improv group
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - The Topeka Civic Theatre hosted the improv group “Laugh Lines” Saturday night with improvisational comedy geared for a mature crowd.
“Audience participation games and so they ask the audience for some suggestions and then they do some sketches that are fun. It’s very adult-oriented and so there’s lots of adult language,” said Dakota Mumford, costume designer at TCT.
Guests of the show, which took place inside of Sheffel Theatre, also got to enjoy pizza from Larocca’s that was brought out tableside as well as drinks and a fancy dessert table.
Laugh Lines has been packing out TCT one weekend every month and has quickly become a Topeka favorite.
“It gets good feedback, we have a sold out show this weekend and tickets sale pretty quickly for it so if you want to get tickets you can go to topekacivictheatre.com,” Mumford said.
Organizers say you won’t want to miss a single exciting evening with this troupe of zany comics.
While this weekend has already sold out, you’ll definitely want to get your tickets for next month’s show as soon as possible.
Laugh Lines will have their next show at the Civic Theatre again on February 17th and 18th.
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