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"Whose Live Anyway?" will perform at 8 p.m. Saturday in Braden Auditorium for ISU Family Weekend.

Just in time for Family Weekend, the cast members from the hit show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” will perform from 8-9:30 p.m. Saturday in Braden Auditorium.  

“Whose Live Anyway? feature comedians Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, Jeff B. Davis and Joel Murray will perform improv comedy to make audiences laugh so hard they cry.  

Tickets are still on sale for the event, but those interested should hurry to secure a seat. Tickets are on sale at the Braden Box Office or online at Ticketmaster. However, there is an additional fee is you purchase tickets online compared to at the box office. Ticket prices ranges from $27 to $37. 

Audience members might recognize some of the improv games from the TV show, however, some games will be brand new on stage.   

You never know what could happen at an improv show, as the cast may pull audience members up on stage with them for a wacky good time.  

Students who have family coming into town for Family Weekend might want to bring them to “Whose Live Anyway?” for some comedic entertainment.

ANDREA RICKER is Features Editor The Vidette. She can be contacted at arricke@ilstu.edu Follower her on Twitter at @ricker_andrea    


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