Chinatown, HONOLULU – After many months of intensive study and a lot of laughs, Laughtrack Theater Company’s latest batch of graduates will make their debut as the improv group, Leg Full of Soup. In addition to completing the company’s three-level curriculum, this group of performers was also fortunate to study with professional improvisers from Second City Chicago in a series of recent workshops.
A veteran improv group and Aftermath will also be performing for the three-part show featuring new group Leg Full of Soup. The show will take place Saturday, May 24 at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.) at Laughtrack at The Creative, 1116 Smith Street. Tickets are $10 at the door.
Leg Full of Soup
Leg Full of Soup is Laughtrack’s first graduating class for 2014. Team members have been hard at work since last September learning the art of “long form” improvisational theater, as developed by Del Close.
As an improv team they learned how to create characters and build relationships, how to work completely without a script, explore spontaneity, and most importantly learn how to trust their instincts.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed learning the art of improv and becoming part of a performing improv troop,” said team member Maggie Embick. “Over the last six months I have learned how to explore improv, how to create a totally unscripted theatrical performance and most importantly trust my fellow team members.”
Leg Full of Soup team members include John Cummings III, Trevor Danielson, Maggie Embick, Joseph Lewis, Tom McNamara and Anthony “Hawk” Silano.
Leg Full of Soup invites you to join them for an entertaining evening of improvised theater!