Bull Skit! kicking off season

The Bull Skit! improv and sketch comedy troupe kicks off its season with twice the musical entertainment.

The Bull Skit! improv and sketch comedy troupe kicks off its season with twice the musical entertainment.

The musical guests for Friday and Saturday’s shows at the Scott Block in downtown Red Deer are Erin Glover and Kyle Hansen.

Glover is a singer/songwriter who’s finishing her music diploma at Red Deer College. Hansen is a recent RDC graduate who lends his guitar talent to the local rock group Ruined Escape Plan.

The local comedy troupe has a few surprises up its sleeve in these first shows of the season — and some favourite characters will also appear. Regular audience members will recognize the boys from the bar, the nerds Sarah and Alice, and many more.

The creativity never stops as troupe members continue to pull antics that they’d never get away with at home.

Bull Skit! contains mature language and themes. Doors open at 7 p.m., the show starts at 8 p.m. There’s a cash bar.

Tickets are $23 ($18 students/seniors) and are available in advance from Sunworks or by calling 403-341-3455.

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