(SUMMIT, NJ) -- Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional Theatre in Residence at Oakes Center in Summit, celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with an evening of improv comedy featuring its resident troupe, Multiple Personality Disorder, on Saturday, March 17 at 8:00pm. This unpredictable evening is an affordable, enjoyable evening that is packed with laughs from start to finish.
Multiple Personality Disorder features a cast of Dreamcatcher improv regulars, including Laura Ekstrand, Noreen Farley, Lulu French, Scott McGowan and more.
The show includes improvisational comedy sketches that use audience suggestions to shape the scenes that the actors instantly create onstage. Performers use ingredients such as everyday objects, strange maladies, and unusual circumstances to cook up unconventional mini-plays that appear and disappear in a matter of minutes. Every show is unique, with delightful surprises throughout the evening.
Multiple Personality Disorder will appear (and disappear!) at Dreamcatcher on Saturday, March 17 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $20, and $15.00 for students 15 and younger. To purchase tickets in advance, go to www.dreamcatcherrep.org or call Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006.
The performance is at Oakes Center, located at 120 Morris Avenue in Summit. The parking lot is accessible from Ashwood Avenue, behind the theatre. For information on any of Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre's programs, please contact Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre at Oakes Center, 120 Morris Avenue, Summit, NJ.
Photo by Yolanda Fundora
originally published: 2018-03-05 17:30:33
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