25Public performance, Transactors Improv: for Families!, The ArtsCenter,
300-G E. Main St., Carrboro (6 p.m.). Admission: $10 general; $8 seniors, $6 students and ArtsCenter Friends. Visit
The ArtsCenter or call 919-929-2787
for tickets, more information, and directions.
Transactors Improv: for Families! returns to The ArtsCenter stage with the theme “Animal Friends: Dogs, Hamsters, and Turtles.”
What are your pets really thinking? And just what do they do when you’re not home anyway? We’ll have lots of fun exploring these questions and more.
The cast is director Anoo Brod, Bart Hubbard, and Steve Scott.
This 45-minute performance features short-form improv, individual scenes running 5-10 minutes and based on audience suggestions.
Everything is made up on the spot, and the content is appropriate for children and adults… and adults who act like children.
Transactors has a long history of entertaining audiences of all ages. The company originated as a children’s theater and has performed in schools throughout the southeast.
19 Public performance, Transactors Improv: For Families!, The ArtsCenter, Carrboro (6 pm). Transactors Improv: For Families!, Buy tickets!
Adventure is the theme for this show! What if you could travel through time or had a magic machine that could instantly take you anywhere in this world and even beyond? We'll explore anywhere your imagination--and suggestions!
The cast is director Anoo Brod, Bart Hubbard, and Juliet Kaplan.
This 45-minute performance features short-form improv, individual scenes running 5-10 minutes.
25 Public performance, Reality Theater, Common Ground Theatre, Durham (8 pm). Buy tickets!
Transactors starts its 2015-16 main stage season with Reality Theater! Inspired by reality TV, this improvised show set in a public location, like a workplace or school, determined by the audience. Through scenes and interviews we get to know the place and the people who inhabit it.
Watch real-life drama unfold in everyday situations! Hear what's really on characters' minds! See mountains made from mole hills!
The cast for this performance includes Anoo Brod, director Greg Hohn, Bart Hubbard, Juliet Kaplan, Steve Scott, and Jane Allen Wilson.