Get Ready to Laugh! Flint’s Capitol Theatre Hosting “Whose Line is it Anyway?” Stars
After the crazy year that was 2021, a great night out filled with laughs is just what we all need. Flint's Capitol Theatre is back with incredible shows, and on the schedule is a big night of comedy.
Friday, February 11th, the iconic renovated theatre in the heart of Flint will host the stars from TV's long-running hit show Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood will be bringing their comedic talent to the live stage at the Capitol with their Scared Scriptless Tour.
The duo are known for being part of the popular Whose Line is it Anyway? show that aired on ABC and ABC Family from August 5,1998, to December 15, 2007, and was hosted by Drew Carey. Masters of improv comedy, the two will take the stage with a show filled with made-up original scenes, songs and more from whatever the fans suggest and ask for. The interactive show may even find some fans right up on stage joining in the comedy chaos.
The fun starts at 8:00 PM on February 11th, and tickets are currently on sale. Prices start at just $30 each, and Genesee County residents save 30%. Great seats are still available, but going fast, so be sure to grab yours soon. You can get ticket information by clicking here.
The Capitol Theatre has an impressive schedule already lined up for 2022 with such acts as; Michigan's own Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad fame, on January 28th, The Simon & Garfunkel Story on February 19th, and country superstar, Trace Adkins, hitting the stage on May 5th.