by Robyn Lester
An alcoholic baseball player turned nurse. A wound treated with a banana. A man bludgeoned to death with golf balls and poisoned by lizards. This was only a small part of the absurdity during Friday’s showing of Prognosis Justice: an Improvised Dramatic Comedy.
After waiting for the doors to open, in a room that felt like a clinic (very appropriate), we all piled into a lecture hall. All of a sudden I felt like a med student. But something tells me med school isn’t nearly as much fun.
I’ve always had a lot of respect for improv performers. And these three; Chelsea Sterling, Mitch Foré, and Dan Dicaire, worked so well together. Like some sort of freaky, well-oiled, improv machine. They were quick-thinking, witty, and incredibly energetic.
So if you’re looking for a show guaranteed to bring something different every time, check out Prognosis Justice.
…and be ready to participate.