BIG Improv: Beat the January Blahs
Let us do the job with a fun show at the Strand Theater. BIG troupes Population: Six, Moving Walkways and Lekker take the stage - and the BIG NEWS is our amazing special guest performer at this show: Karen Wight, doing her hysterical wordless improv show!
KAREN ELEANOR WIGHT has been seen at various comedy festivals including CIF, Melbourneâs Intâl Comedy Festival, the TV2 Laugh Fest in New Zealand, the Toronto Jamboree, and the Seattle Festival, as well as at the Oberlin Improv Conference. Karen has studied clowning with Christopher Bayes (of Julliard, Kennedy Center, and NYU) and corporel mime with Christopher Eaves (student of Marcel Marceau). As a dancer she has extensive experience in jazz, musical theatre, and modern dance and has begun dabbling in Argentinian Tango. In 2007 and 2008, Karen performed in the two-person Off-Broadway play The Screwtape Letters which is adapted from C.S. Lewis' book by the same name. Her role, Toadpipe, is a wordless demon creature which she created during the rehearsal process. The Screwtape Letters is currently on tour in the U.S.
1823 N. Charles St
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|