In the Beginning, There Was the Word

Want to have a few drinks and yell out random words to some strangers on a stage? Want to do it without a police escort to the lockup? Then Dallas Comedy House is the place for you. This Saturday, check out Age Appropriate, a two-person improv show that manages to create three-dimensional characters and in-depth relationships all based on one recommended word. Oh, and it’s pretty damn funny. After the show, stick around for Atlantic Pacific Billy, the movie-loving improv group that takes your favorite movie, the one you hold near and dear to your heart, rips it apart and glues it back together in the way only comedians can. Age Appropriate hits the stage at 9 p.m. with Atlantic Pacific Billy hopping up shortly after. You can buy your tickets to the Dallas Comedy House, 2645 Commerce St., at the door or on the website, dallascomedyhouse.com. Tickets are $9.40 in advance and $11.50 at the door.
Sat., March 8, 9 p.m., 2014
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Jane R. LeBlanc
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