Fans of improv and the unexpected will have some fun Tuesday, December 15. There will be no scripts, no actors and no safety net, according to the organizers of "Audio Games".
Audience members at Bay Street Theatre in Eustis will press 'play' at the same time and then do whatever the narrator commands. The event will start promptly at 6:30, so the doors will open at 6pm. At one point the event will transition to another nearby location where players can purchase food and drinks.
Although the event isn't affiliated with "Improv Everywhere", a New York City-based prank collective, it was inspired by one of their events. 'Improv Everywhere' was created in 2001 and describes itself as causing scenes of chaos and joy in public places. It reportedly has executed over a hundred events involving tens of thousands of participants.
Admission to Audio Games is free, however players are encouraged to make a donation to the Amazing Race for Charity. Anyone 12 and up can attend.
The event was organized by Tim Totten, the playful mastermind behind the Amazing Race for Charity, and Byron Faudie, the owner of Photobooths by eSportsPhoto.com
Bay Street Theatre is located at 109 N. Bay Street in dowtown, Eustis. Call Tim Totten at 352-242-8111 with questions.
For news & events for Mount Dora, Tavares & Eustis, click here...
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT