WHOSE LIVE ANYWAY?
April 7, 2022 | 8 p.m.
Mary W. Sommervold Hall
WHOSE LIVE ANYWAY? is 90 minutes of hilarious improvised comedy and song all based on audience suggestions. Cast members Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis and Joel Murray will leave you gasping with the very witty scenes they invent before your eyes. Audience participation is key to the show so bring your suggestions and you might be asked to join the cast onstage! WHOSE LIVE ANYWAY? showcases some of the improv games made famous on the long-running TV show as well as some exciting new ones, featuring musical direction by Bob Derkach.
December 1, 2021 | 9:30 a.m. | Pavilion Donors
December 2, 2021 | 9:30 a.m. | Pavilion Members and Subscribers
December 3, 2021 | 9:30 a.m. | Public
NOTE: At the artist's request, masks are required for all audience members.
All ages are welcome. The show organizer considers parents/guardians to be the best decision-makers on what is appropriate for their children and families.
Programs, dates, times and prices subject to change.
Ryan Stiles’ television credits include roles on “The Drew Carey Show” and “Two and a Half Men,” while Greg Proops has lent his vocal talents to animated characters in "Star Wars: Episode 1," "The Nightmare Before Christmas" and "Brother Bear." However, both got their start as comedians and are excited to return to their funny-bone-tickling roots.
Jeff B. Davis is also a highly experienced improv comedian and starred in the cult classic cartoon series, “Harmonquest.” He has also starred in “Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show” and “Improv-a-Ganza,” while gaining fame for his spot-on impressions of Christoper Walken, Keanu Reeves and Jeff Goldblum.
Joel Murray is the youngest of the nine Murray brothers, including Bill Murray, but has become a star in his own right. Though he has over 250 sitcom appearances, he is best known for his recurring roles like Freddy Rumsen on “Mad Men” and Eddie Jackson on “Shameless.” He has also appeared in "One Crazy Summer," "The Artist," "Scrooged" and "Bobcat Goldthwait’s God Bless America."