WINFIELD — Southwestern College’s Nine Lives Laughatorium and Good Times Improvisational Comedy Troupe will perform a community show at 7 p.m. Nov. 10 at Messenger Recital Hall in the Darbeth Fine Arts Center. The public is invited to attend and there is no admission charge.
The theme for the show is “Beat the Clock” and it is intended for the entire family. Troupe director Allyson Moon said prizes and candy will be handed out throughout the event.
“The troupe members will get a challenge from the audience regarding the number of games that the troupe can play in 60 minutes,” Moon said. “The troupe will then try to fully play each game while working to beat the clock. As always, there will be a great deal of audience interaction, prizes and candy. It is a totally fun hour of entertainment for the entire family.”
Troupe members include Tanner Carlson, Tessa Castor, Melissa Connell, Allie Petrovich, Matthew Porter, Tanner Schartz and Jack Warring.
About Southwestern College
Southwestern College is a private liberal arts college, founded in 1885 by Methodists in south-central Kansas.
Today, its Winfield campus is the residential hub that guides students to lives of meaning and service, with well-rounded academic and extra-curricular offerings attracting traditional-aged students from throughout the nation and world.
Southwestern College Professional Studies provides options for online students in any location and has been named a top provider for people serving in the military.
The college continues to be affiliated with the United Methodist Church and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission to offer bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees.
This information was provided by Southwestern College News Bureau Coordinator Charles Osen.