Trinity Point hosts 3-2-1 Improv
CLARION When was the last time you had a good, hearty laugh with your whole family? Join Family Life for a night of hilarious, off-the-cuff comedy, featuring 3-2-1 Improv, from 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday, March 5, at Trinity Point Church of God located at 180 West Trinity Drive in Clarion. Doors will open at 6 p.m.
The one-night event showcases the comedic chops of three performers, Carl Crispin, Mike Domeny and Jeremy Schofield, who instantly turn audience suggestions into fast-paced comedy scenes and games all made up on the spot.
For those unfamiliar, it's like TV's "Whose Line is it Anyway?" but starring three guys who care about using clean comedy to uplift and inspire their audiences.
They also see their mission as helping to build stronger bonds within marriages, families, churches and the community at large.
"There's no fear of being embarrassed or taking offense to anything in our shows," says Crispin.
"When people are that comfortable, they usually let their guard down, and laugh harder, longer, and freer than any other time. Comedy really can foster a sense of unity between people," said Crispin.
Crispin started 321 Improv in 2004 and has been traveling and performing improvisational comedy full-time for 20 years.
Joining wits with Mike Domeny and Jeremy Schofield, 321 brings a level of energy that makes the show completely unpredictable.
Since its inception, 321 Improv has been in high demand for events across the United States and Canada. They've performed in more than 47 states and four Canadian provinces, bringing true joy and laughter to over a million people.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $13 at the door for this event. Advance ticket sales end the day before the show at noon.
To purchase tickets visit their website at http://www.fln.org/tickets or call the Family Life ticket office at (800) 927-9083.