These days’ comedians come in two flavors – family-friendly or x-rated. Not only will you find the family-friendly kind at the Tioga County Fair, but also the comedy of 321 Improv on Saturday, Aug. 10 will turn audience participation into sidesplitting entertainment. This trio of performers interprets suggestions from the audience, and brings the art of improvisation to a whole new level with each hilariously unique show.
Since 2004, the troupe has performed in more than 49 states and four Canadian provinces.
According to founder Carl Crispin, “The ministry of 321 Improv is to use comedy to spread a message of true joy that can only come from a personal relationship with Jesus.”
Joining Crispin on stage are Mike Domeny and Jeremy Schofield. Together, their energetic antics are not only palatable, but memorable; so much so, in fact, that days later parents have found their kids re-enacting scenes and quoting wacky one-liners made by the 321 Improv professionals.
Sponsored by New Creation Events, 321 Improv will perform at the Tioga County Fair at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 10. All seats are $12 per show.
Purchase tickets online at https://newcreationevents.com/events/321-improv/.
The Tioga County Fairgrounds is located in Whitneyville, just off of Route 6, midway between Mansfield and Wellsboro.
For more information about this year’s fair, visit tiogacountyfair.com, call Fair Secretary Jennie York at (570) 537-3196, or call the fairgrounds at (570) 724-3196.