RUMFORD — Mystic Theater favorite “Teachers Lounge Mafia” composed of Dan Ryder, Jeff Bailey, Natalie Simmons and Kayla Wheeler will bring their situational improv excercises that consistently provides comic relief to audiences all over Western Maine to the Mystic Theater, 49 Franklin, at 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18.

Improvisational comedy is a basic tool that actors have used to improve their skills for many years. It has become an art form and source for entertainment in more recent times. In the spirit of “Whose Line Is It Anyway” the Teachers Lounge Mafia will perform a late night show. 

Bailey said, “We know that quite a few people will be at the Mountain Valley High School football game so we’re going to wait for you and have our show after the game.”

Late-night comedy is traditionally enhanced; it’s when we get our funny bone tickeled and set our inhibitions free.

Tickets are $8 at Bartash’s and All That Jazz on Congress Street. Remaining tickets will be available the door, day of the show. Doors open at 9 p.m.


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