Whose Barn is it Anyway?

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Shake off those dog days of summer and come down to the Ridgefield Theater Barn for their popular comedy night, Whose Barn Is It Anyway, Saturday, August 4th, at 8pm!  The Role in the Hay Players, featuring Cheryl Boyd, Pamme Jones, Wayne Leiss, Melissa Power, Mary Shuldman, and Rick Hodder, the group’s director and coach, are returning to provide an evening of original comedy and hilarious skits.


Improvisation involves dialogue and actions created spontaneously in response to suggestions from the audience. There is no script and no plot. Game playing techniques put the performers in situations where they must use their imagination and comedic instincts, and what evolves is a combination of stand-up comedy and game show—with hilarious results. In the unpredictable world of improvisational comedy, anything can happen…and usually does. But what makes Improv so unique and engaging is that the audience participates in the mayhem.


So be prepared to enter a wacky world of anything-goes insanity, because the only thing that is predictable is an evening of laughs for everyone. Due to the spontaneous nature of improvisation, performances may contain adult language and themes that may not be suitable for some children. Parental discretion is advised.


The Ridgefield Theater Barn is located at 37 Halpin Lane. Seating is cabaret style and the audience is invited to bring food and beverage. Doors open at 7pm, one hour prior to curtain. Proceeds benefit the Barn’s building fund. Tickets $22 ($18 tax deductible) are available at ridgefieldtheaterbarn.org.  Reservations are strongly recommended, as this popular event always sells out.


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