April 15, 2013 03:54

UL Lafayette's quirky improv theatre group is celebrating its one year anniversary at its April show this Wednesay.

UL Lafayette's quirky improv theatre group is celebrating its one year anniversary as UL's preeminent improv troupe at its April show this Wednesday. The  performance will be largely influenced by audience interaction as the troupe will build it from scratch using scenes and scenarios based on suggestions taken from those in the audience. The Cult of the Stage Monkey's One Year Anniversary Show will be held this Wednesday, April 17, starting at 7:30 p.m. at Theatre 810 in downtown Lafayette. Admission is $7 and $5 with a valid student ID. For ticket info call Theatre 810 at (337) 484-0172.

The Cult of the Stage Monkey will also be holding a free improv show aptly titled, Monkeys Raining Terror on ULL on Tuesday, April 16, starting at 7 p.m. on the UL campus at Oliver Hall, located at 301 E. St. Lewis St.

For more information on the Cult of the Stage Monkey visit their Facebook page here.

For information on more theatre performances happening around all of Acadiana visit Acadiana365.com.
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