Thursday, November 15, 2018, 7:30 pm
Doors 7:00/ Show 7:30. Tickets are $5.00 in advance online and $7.00 at the door. Cash or check only.
This performance is one of four scheduled for Josie’s, recently appointed the “house improv team” for the Shea Theater by Linda Tardif, Managing Director of the Shea. The troupe had a remarkable opening show on March 23rd and followed up with two more great performances with guest artists Not in Charge and the Ha-Ha’s.
Josie's is a long form improv troupe comprised of Julie Waggoner, Sally Ekus, and Mandy Anderson. The three women have been playing together since 2016, and have recently performed at the Happier Valley Comedy Show in Northampton. Julie Waggoner is a Valley comedy veteran who performed standup comedy for 10 years, and then played with the Villa Jidiots for another 10 years. She’s a member of The Majesters Comedy Troupe, a frequent guest performer with The Ha-Ha’s, and a long-time actress with Pauline Productions of Ashfield. Sally Ekus is the producer as well as a cast member of the Happier Family Comedy Show, and of the improv troupe Not In Charge, and both she and Mandy are guest performers with The Ha-Ha’s. Mandy Anderson is a member of the Majesters and Not In Charge.
Doors open at 7!
Tickets only $7!
Posted to: Upcoming Events at the Shea.
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