Teens get their improv on

Full Frontal improv troupe is putting on another night of theatre at Vernon’s The Hub Arts Collective Wednesday.

The boys are back in town; this time with a girl.

Bonnie Esson joins Steve Braun, Burnet McLean, Chris Froese and Matt Brown in strutting their comical parts as the Full Frontal improv troupe, which is putting on another night of theatre at Vernon’s The Hub Arts Collective Wednesday.

Opening for the group’s performance is The Hub’s Teen Prov group; a crew of ambitious, funny teens that have been under the tutelage of Full Frontal’s Froese and Brown. (The men, with McLean, are also part of the O-Zone winning play The Woman in Black at Powerhouse Theatre.)

“This is a family friendly show,” said Brown about the Full Frontal performance. “We are really excited to showcase our teens that have grown from shy kids to shining performers that have just exploded out of their shells. They have even influenced us as performers and our own growth. The audience is in for a treat because our show will be longer than usual and we have a special guest coming.”

Together,  two groups will present a show that is totally unrehearsed with a series of comical games and a list of parameters. Audience participation will be used to help guide the actors in developing the show right before the audience’s eyes.

“If you like getting facial exercise by laughing your head off, if you’re looking to chisel those abs with gut-splitting laughter, don’t miss the comedy show,” said Brown.

Full Frontal Improv: Out with the Teens starts Wednesday at 8 p.m. Tickets are available at the Ticket Seller (549-7469, www.ticketseller.ca) or at The Hub Arts Collective and the Bean Scene.