Ozark Actors Theatre invites public to Paper Slip Theatre improv show
Ozark Actors Theatre will present Paper Slip Theatre in Whose Wine is it Anyway? Thursday, Oct. 8 on the patio at Meramec Vineyards, in St. James. Doors open at 5 p.m., with the show beginning at 6 p.m.
Using audience suggestions, Ed Reggi and his cast of award-winning actors perform audience-activated improv comedy. If you're a fan of the hit television show “Whose Line is it Anyway?" you'll feel right at home watching Paper Slip Theatre. It's a spontaneous show in which the actors incorporate everything the audience provides. The audience helps create the characters, the scenarios and even the laugh track. Throughout the performance, Paper Slip Theatre invites audience members to play along—right from their seats. This show is 100% family-friendly.
Paper Slip Theatre is Missouri’s professional improvisational theater company. Paper Slip has toured over 40 states and 6 countries over the past 20 years. It has been recognized by Young Audiences of Saint Louis, Missouri Arts Council and even featured on national television. It has been making audiences laugh since 1999. Ed Reggi is Paper Slip’s founder and artistic director. Reggi is an Emmy award-winning actor who lives in St. Louis. He considers Rolla a very special place. He has both performed and directed for OAT over the last two decades and always enjoys returning.
“Ozark Actors Theatre is excited to partner with Meramec Vineyards, to offer a great night out while maintaining safety protocols. We invite you to get out of the house and share in the fun,” said OAT’s Managing Director, Laura Light.
Tickets can be purchased on the OAT website, www.ozarkactorstheatre.org. Food and drink will be available for purchase off the Meramec Vineyards’ menu. Tables will be assigned by household, and kept at a minimum of 6 feet distance from each other. OAT asks that everyone wear a mask while not actively eating or drinking.
Tickets can be purchased on the OAT website, www.ozarkactorstheatre.org. All proceeds from ticket sales will be used to support and sustain OAT.