By Mustang News Staff View on www.mustangnews.com Families and students filed into the three-tier shelves of the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center on Thursday as the cast of “Whose Live Anyway,” a touring improvisational comedy and song show starring comedians from “Whose Line Is It Anyway,” prepared to take the[…]
Four of the top improv comedians in the business were squarely on their game Thursday night at the Hard Rock Casino Vancouver. Whose Live Anyway? kicked off the first of three evenings in Metro Vancouver with a high-energy spectacle of song, silliness, and Surrey jokes.
The cast featured a quartet of incredible improvisors and a veteran music man behind the keyboard. The de facto headliner was the incomparable Ryan Stiles, who got his comedy career started in Vancouver before his big breaks on The Drew Carey Show, Two and a Half Men and, of course, the UK and US television versions of Whose Line is it Anyway?
What would normally be a rough night for the sound tech at the Lied Center for the Performing Arts turned out to be one of the better running gags of the night for the foursome of “Whose Live Anyway?”, a live take on the improvisational TV show of the similar name.
The improv comics, led by Ryan Stiles, did what they do best — play off the mishaps all night, creating even bigger laughs than had everything gone perfectly.