Bull Skit! will have special guest

Calgary musician Jason Thomas is special guest at this month’s Bull Skit! comedy nights on Friday and Saturday.

Bull Skit! returns to action in Red Deer at the Scott Block on Friday and Saturday.

Calgary musician Jason Thomas is special guest at this month’s Bull Skit! comedy nights on Friday and Saturday.

The sketch and standup comedy show that incorporates improvisation and music will have another special feature this month: An audience suggestion sketch. Audience members will be asked to give suggestions for sketches they would like to see. Bull Skit! writers will get together and create something new for the show.

This feature will be ongoing until March.

Against the Wall Theatre’s Bull Skit! comedy nights were inspired by the Loose Moose troupe in Calgary, Saturday Night Live and Die-Nasty in Edmonton. Emerging artists are brought together to give the 18-plus audience a diverse theatre experience.

It’s a completely new show every month.

Along with Thomas and host Trevor Campbell will be returning cast members Whitney Grace, Amy Erlandson, Matt Dale, Josh Christensen, Jenna Goldade and Serge Belliveau.

Bull Skit! will be held at The Scott Block in downtown Red Deer, at 4818 Gaetz Ave. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show is at 8 p.m. Tickets are $18 ($15 students/senior) at the door or from Ticketmaster.

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