COKATO, MN – Sometimes the funniest moments in life are the ones that go unscripted.
That’s what the comedy group, No Lines Improv, will hope to demonstrate during its show, “Get Hooked,” which will take place in the lower level of the Bait & Hook Seafood Bar in Cokato Friday, April 20 at 8 p.m. Admission is free, though a $2 to $3 free-will donation is suggested to help cover nominal charges.
The show is rated PG-13, and is expected to be an hour long.
Food and drinks will be available.
No Lines Improv is a comedy group based out of Hutchinson whose show is similar to “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Instead of competing against each other, however, the group performs a series of games heavily determined by suggestions from the audience.
In the game, “Five Things,” for instance, one of the No Lines members leaves the room while audience members determine what activity, object, location, person, etc. (totaling five) the absent No Lines member will have to guess. Another No Lines member will be the one giving the hints, using only actions and speaking gibberish.
During last week’s rehearsal, the answers were ice skating, jousting, a Rice Krispie bar, space, and Elton John.
“The more the audience participates, the funnier the show will be,” stated Jody Runke of Hutchinson.
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