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Battle of WITs

Published: Sat 10 Feb 2007 04:05 PM
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Battle of WITs
The knives are out and their wits have been sharpened as the Wellington Improvisation Troupe (WIT) do Battle in FRINGE 2007.
WIT unleashes a full arsenal of improvised stories, songs and sagas into the suburbs, with the battle grounds for these epic events being:
Newtown Community Centre – 9th &10th February
Tararua Tramping Club – 16th & 17th February
St Johns Hall, Karori – 24th & 25th February
Linden Community Hall – 2nd & 3rd March
Battle begins at 7pm
Tickets $9.95/Fringe Addict $7.95
Bookings: book@wit.org.nz
Door Sales available
WIT is Wellington’s not-for-profit, community-based improvisational theatre group who have recently wowed Wellington crowds with their improvised comedy in sold-out performances of'Love Possibly' ("no script, just guts, teamwork and imagination" - Capital Times), 'Gorilla Theatre' ("edge-of-your-seat comedy" - TV3 Nightline) and 'The All-New Old-Time Radio Show'! WIT performs and teaches the skills of improvisational theatre at community venues around the Wellington region.
The 11-strong cast will risk life and limb to act out scenes totally made-up on the spot. They’ll each try and outwit, outplay and outlast the other improvisers. At the end of each round the audience decides which scene wins, who receives immunity, and who finally becomes the Battle of WITs champion.
ENDS
www.wit.org.nz

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