Producer: SAK Comedy Lab
Creator/Director: David Charles
Musical Director: Timothy D. Turner
Associate Director: Chelsea Hilend
Musical Improvisers: Steve Merritt, Anthony Riley, Timothy Turner
Acting Ensemble: Mike Carr, David Charles, Chris Dinger, Emily Fontano, Chelsea Hilend, T. Robert Pigott and Amanda Wirtz
9:15 pm on Thursdays in April at SAK Comedy Lab
29 S. Orange Ave on the 2nd floor of the City Arts Factory at the intersection of Orange Ave. and Pine St.
What do you get when you take some rock and roll, add a dash of musical theatre and mix it all together with a team of fearless improvisers? Lights Up: The Improvised Rock Opera! Inspired by such classics as Tommy, Spring Awakening and American Idiot, Lights Up pushes musical improvisation to the next level, creating a completely original and rocking performance each evening based off a single suggestion. This fast-paced, song-filled rock opera is sure to light up your evening and leave you wanting more. Created and directed by David Charles.
If you like the show “Who’s Line is it Anyway”, you’ll like our show. In fact, SAK was a starting place for the careers of Wayne Brady as well as writers, actors and producers for “Mad TV”, “Saturday Night Live”, and sitcoms such as “Scrubs”, “The Office” and “30 Rock”. Check out our beautiful 250 seat venue, grab beer or wine from our concession lobby, and see the next generation of national comedic talent.