Johnson Hall in Gardiner will livestream Capital City Improv — Up the Stream! at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 10.

Capital City: Up the Stream is a live, interactive comedy show broadcast over the internet from the stage of Johnson Hall.

Using live audience members and video streamers alike, Capital City Improv uses suggestions and stories to create a night of unique, customized comedy. They create songs, stories, and scene work all born out of the imagination of the audience … who knows what will happen?!

Audience members will be able to make suggestions live through the chat feature during the show. So get ready to be part of the comedy. Capital City Improv brings professional, hilarious improv to central Maine, and has been featured on “207” from WCSH6. The world needs more laughter, and we’re here to help!

The performance will be filmed live at Johnson Hall and broadcast over the internet to all who have the ticket link. Each unique link will be sent out through email the day of the show by 5 p.m. to ticket holders. Each ticket purchased covers a household.

For more information email Pam Rideout at [email protected]

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