Unscripted Romancein association with Annoyance Theatre After its critically acclaimed run at the Annoyance Theatre, the improv comedy show Unscripted Romance comes to the Wilmette Theatre! Follow the humor, heartache, highs, lows and everything in between as this modern-day couple incorporates the real-life relationships of its audience members into a two-act story that follows the trajectory of a (mostly) typical relationship. Like all relationships, this one is unscripted. Lindsey Finn has been performing improv and sketch comedy in Chicago for the past five years. It is truly her life's passion and she considers herself incredibly blessed to be able to do so. Lindsey is especially lucky to be able to perform with her very dear friend, Derrick, in An Unscripted Romance. She thanks you for coming to see the show and hopes you enjoy it as much as she does.Derrick Aguis has been improvising and directing for the past ten years. Derrick started his career at the University of Florida as a member of Theatre Strike Force where he performed at several festivals and venues all over the country. It is there where he met Lindsey. Five years ago Derrick moved to Chicago where he studied and graduated from Second City's Conservatory program, The Annoyance, and iO.. For the past 4 years Derrick has been a member of The Annoyance's Skinprov cast with Annoyance founder Mick Napier. Derrick has been an instructor at The Annoyance over the past 3 years and loves being on the other side of the program where he learned so much. Although Derrick is still active at Second City, he is a regular at The Annoyance, appearing in this show, An Unscripted Romance, Splatter Theater, Him & Her, Short Shorts, The Triple Feature, and The Apartment. He has also recently directed a show, Desperation: A Celebration at Second City. Derrick would like to thank Ryan, Lindsey, Mick, Jennifer, The King and Tim Tebow, and of course his real life Unscripted Romance, Jess. Tickets $15 Thursday, April 19 @ 8:00pm Tickets available online at www.wilmettetheatre.com or call Box Office at 847-251-7424 sponsored by:
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something