Popular syndicated reruns of ABC television’s crazy improv comedy show, “Whose Line Is It, Anyway?” still has America literally laughing out loud.

On Saturday, November 16, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center’s Cohan Center, Cal Poly Arts presents an encore engagement of the show’s live stage version – aptly called“WHOSE LIVE ANYWAY?” – starring “Whose Line” master improvisor RYAN STILES and show alumni GREG PROOPS, CHIP ESTEN, and JEFF DAVIS.

Patrons who caught last spring’s Cal Poly Arts sold-out show can look forward to all-new “nutty-ness;” new fans will finally get to see what everyone was talking about.
“Whose Live Anyway?” is 90 minutes of hilarious improvised comedy and song, all based on audience suggestions. The improv troupe leaves their audiences roaring with laughter, amazed at how instantly top-rate sketches and bits are created.  And when Esten and Davis improvise song lyrics, their combined vocals and musical styles soar.
“Whose Live Anyway?” performs some of the games made famous on the Emmy-nominated TV show, as well as new routines that play exceptionally well live.  Audience participation is the key and many patrons are asked to join the cast on stage for a song or a skit.

The national live tour has been receiving raves across the country:  “Standup is fun, improv is funnier. And these guys are the world’s best!”  (The Portland Oregonian)

“Whose Live Anyway?” is a night of unforgettably funny interactive comedy, suitable for the entire family.

Student and adult tickets for the performance range from $24 to $52 and may be purchased at the Performing Arts Center Ticket Office, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays.

To order by phone, call 805/756-2787; to order by fax: 805/756-6088.

24-hour on-line ordering is available at www.calpolyarts.org.

Sponsored by KZOZ 93.3 and Radiology Associates.

For more information on all Cal Poly Arts events, including audio and video samples, please visit www.calpolyarts.org.