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Throne and Games - The Last Laugh Friday May 10 2019 at 7:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× A lonely Queen sits atop the Iron Throne, but her kingdom is under threat from all sides. The final fight between the Lannisters, Starks and Targaryans is about to go down and everyone will probably die - die laughing that is. Throne and Games – The Last Laugh is the final installment in VTS’ parody trilogy that started in 2015.

Loosely based on HBO’s popular TV series, this improv laugh-letting features myriad unexpected plot twists - all suggested by the audience. No two performances can ever be the same because of this key element. Like its TV inspiration, the audience has no idea what to expect next, and, neither do the cast. VTS improvisers are master actors – creating the plot line, developing characters and dialogue all on the spot based on audience involvement and suggestions. It’s this unpredictability that adds to the comedy of every performance. Which of the characters will have the last laugh? Who knows? You’ll have to come and see for yourself to find out.

Spontaneity Saturday May 11 2019 at 1:00 PM

ICI Studio
× This Workshop will take place over TWO Afternoons
Saturday May 11th 1pm to 5pm
Sunday May 12th 1pm to 5pm

Throne and Games - The Last Laugh Saturday May 11 2019 at 7:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× A lonely Queen sits atop the Iron Throne, but her kingdom is under threat from all sides. The final fight between the Lannisters, Starks and Targaryans is about to go down and everyone will probably die - die laughing that is. Throne and Games – The Last Laugh is the final installment in VTS’ parody trilogy that started in 2015.

Loosely based on HBO’s popular TV series, this improv laugh-letting features myriad unexpected plot twists - all suggested by the audience. No two performances can ever be the same because of this key element. Like its TV inspiration, the audience has no idea what to expect next, and, neither do the cast. VTS improvisers are master actors – creating the plot line, developing characters and dialogue all on the spot based on audience involvement and suggestions. It’s this unpredictability that adds to the comedy of every performance. Which of the characters will have the last laugh? Who knows? You’ll have to come and see for yourself to find out.

The Late Show – Adult Only Improv Comedy Saturday May 11 2019 at 11:15 PM

The Improv Centre
× Are you a grown-up? If you are, join us late Saturday nights for The Late Show – Adults Only Comedy. This show takes the furry hand-cuffs off our improvisers to present edgy, uncensored improv comedy. With the aid of audience suggestions, our quick-witted improvisers create scenarios that explore mature themes, content and language. You never know how far this show will go and the audience are willing accomplices. This is not a show for the faint of heart, those with delicate sensibilities or anyone under the age of 19. We cannot accommodate younger children, toddlers or infants.

Rookie Night Sunday May 12 2019 at 7:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× Vancouver TheatreSports League's Rookie Night puts our young improvisers to the test in front of a hungry crowd. They may just be the future stars of tomorrow.

NOTE: This show is suitable for children aged 8 and over. We cannot accommodate younger children, toddlers or infants.

Throne and Games - The Last Laugh Thursday May 16 2019 at 7:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× A lonely Queen sits atop the Iron Throne, but her kingdom is under threat from all sides. The final fight between the Lannisters, Starks and Targaryans is about to go down and everyone will probably die - die laughing that is. Throne and Games – The Last Laugh is the final installment in VTS’ parody trilogy that started in 2015.

Loosely based on HBO’s popular TV series, this improv laugh-letting features myriad unexpected plot twists - all suggested by the audience. No two performances can ever be the same because of this key element. Like its TV inspiration, the audience has no idea what to expect next, and, neither do the cast. VTS improvisers are master actors – creating the plot line, developing characters and dialogue all on the spot based on audience involvement and suggestions. It’s this unpredictability that adds to the comedy of every performance. Which of the characters will have the last laugh? Who knows? You’ll have to come and see for yourself to find out.