The ArtsCenter Photoblog

February 13, 2010

Transactors Improv: The LOVE Show

Filed under: Theater — Tags: , , — Lisa Pepin @ 2:57 pm

The Transactors improv troupe put on their annual Valentine’s Day loved-themed show last night. Photos of the craziness are below (as always, more after the page jump)!

Don’t forget to check out Love to Haiti at The ArtsCenter tomorrow from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. All proceeds go to Hearts with Haiti, an independent nonprofit organization headquartered in Raleigh that supports three children’s homes in Haiti.

–Lisa

Two Transactors kiss onstage. As part of their Valentine's Day show tradition, each cast member must kiss every other cast member at some point during the show.

Cast members strike a pose during the show's first half of short-form improv skits.

Cast members strike a pose during the show's first half of short-form improv skits.

Cast members strike a pose during the show's first half of short-form improv skits.

Transactors act out a scenario in which a pair of siamese twins goes on a rock-climbing first date.

The cast performs a long-form improv scenario about getting stuck on an elevator.

A cast member improvises a song as another dances backup.

My favorite part of shooting Transactors is all the crazy faces they make!

The whole cast joins in the singing and dancing to end the musical skit.

A love-filled Transactor dances backup.

Cast members picked pictures of other cast members out of a bucket and showed them to audience to start the show's second half. For the rest of the show, they had to pretend to be romantically or lustfully attracted to the cast member they picked, without knowing who picked whose picture.

More kissing as two cast members portray an old husband and wife.


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