Improv comedy nights at Firehouse Theater

Posted 1/18/23

This Friday and Saturday, Firehouse Theater is home to The Bit Players; RI's most award-winning comedy troupe. They hit the stage with their hilarious improv comedy show full of larger than life …

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Improv comedy nights at Firehouse Theater

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This Friday and Saturday, Firehouse Theater is home to The Bit Players; RI's most award-winning comedy troupe. They hit the stage with their hilarious improv comedy show full of larger than life characters, hysterical musical numbers, and the quickest wit you'll ever see. Their high energy LIVE shows are modeled after the hit TV show “Whose Line is it Anyway?”. Full of hysterical characters, hilarious games, and side-splitting musical numbers these shows will leave you wanting more every time. Everything is truly made up on the spot and fully influenced by the audience, so two shows are never the same.

To make the show even more personalized, guests are welcomed to call ahead and the performers will pull your guest(s) of honor on stage and do something extra special for them.

Tickets can be purchased ahead of time on The Bit Players website. Click here.

WHEN: Fri, Jan 20, and Sat, Jan 21, at 8 p.m.

WHERE: Firehouse Theater (4 Equality Park Pl., Newport, RI)

PRICING: $18 per ticket

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