Improv Against Humanity

Improv Against Humanity – Photo Credit: Zemekiss Photography



The Fictionals presents Improv Against Humanity

To celebrate an epic eight years of comedy
on November 21 at Rio Theatre

Time flies when you’re having fun! The Fictionals Comedy Co. are celebrating eight years of award-winning comedy at The Rio Theatre on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 during Improv Against Humanity. . The live show will feature a live Cards Against Humanity tournament, prizes for audience participation, and birthday cake for everyone!

According to Daniel Chai, co-creator of The Fictionals and host of Improv Against Humanity, the event is to celebrate a great year and to charge up for a busy 2019.

“Like any fun birthday party, we want to celebrate with all of our friends, which means the comedy fans of Vancouver,” said Daniel. “The Fictionals are so lucky to have some of the best audiences who come and laugh with us at every show we do. And of course we want to welcome those who are new to Improv Against Humanity to join the fun!”

The special guest comedian for Improv Against Humanity on November 21 is Cameron Macleod from The HERO Show and JFL Northwest. The show will also crown the newest Most Horrible Person in Vancouver, with the audience choosing the winner.

Doors to Improv Against Humanity open The Rio Theatre at 7:00 pm, with the show starting at 8:00 pm. Advanced tickets are $12 at Tickets will be available at the door for $14.

About The Fictionals:

The Fictionals have been entertaining audiences throughout Vancouver and beyond since 2010. Their award-winning brand of live improv pushes the boundaries of comedy, including collaborations with burlesque dancers, comic book artists, slam poets, and even professional wrestlers.




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