Anchorage starts making it up as it goes along
September 1, 2012 by Mark
A show of improvisational comedy has starting appearing at the Snow Goose Restaurant located at 717 West Third Avenue in Anchorage, Alaska. Starting on August 25 and cropping up twice a month until the end of the year, it is sure to be a real Alaskan rib-tickler.
The ‘Scared Scriptless Improv’ is the longest-running Alaskan improv troupe, having begun in 2000. For fans of inventive humor, this is the talk of the town, with in-your-face improvised comedy routines that the audience is unlikely to forget.
Reservations are required to catch a sample of this zany troupe and can be made by calling the restaurant. With doors opening at 7:30 pm and performances starting half an hour later, this could make for an exceptional dinner event or date evening.
The Snow Goose Restaurant also features various other activities, classes, and contests, while also featuring fundraising opportunities and shows available to groups. There is an open audition night held each week, as well as a free weekly playground program available. Those planning a Christmas party or a charity event will no doubt find this troupe will keep guests laughing in their seats.
These performances run the second and the fourth Saturday each month, downtown in the Snow Goose Restaurant. Poster printing and flyer printing were probably used to advertise and promote these improvisational evenings to the local communit,y as well as surrounding communities. Tickets for this event are sold at centertrix.net. For ticket prices or more information, please visit the Snow Goose Restaurant’s website or call 907-310-1973 during normal business hours.