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Whose Line Is It Anyway Drew Carey

March 20, 2012 by staff 

Whose Line Is It Anyway Drew Carey, Following the enormous success of ABC’s “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, two stars of the Emmy nominated series, have teamed up to present an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy. The performance is coming to the The VETS, located at 1 Avenue of the Arts in downtown Providence, on Friday, March 30, at 8 p.m.

Using their quick wit, Mochrie and Sherwood take contributions from the audience to create hilarious and original scenes. Throughout the evening, the show becomes truly interactive as audience members are called to the stage to participate in the fun.

Due to the overwhelming response of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” both Mochrie and Sherwood can be seen performing over fifteen times a week on Comedy Central and ABC Family. Their new DVD, “Two Man Group: Live and Dangerous Comedy,” hits stores this month.

Colin Mochrie began his improv career after meeting and teaming up with Ryan Stiles (another “Whose Line”star). Shortly after doing Expo ‘86, Colin moved to Toronto. There, he auditioned for The Second City, a famous North American comedy theater, where Stiles was working at the time. Mochrie worked at Second City for three years.

Mochrie’s first appeared on the British version of “Whose Line is it Anyway?” in 1991. His role on the American “Whose Line” got off to a rocky start when ABC wanted to drop Mochrie because they thought the comedian looked too old and not hip enough. Thankfully those involved in the show held their ground, and ABC was smart enough to see that talent and creativity were more important than ‘hip’ and the fans agreed, making Mochrie a popular mainstay on the American “Whose Line” stage.

Brad Sherwood is a regular cast member on ABC’s “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and was a regular on the British version on Comedy Central as well. His credits include “The Drew Carey Show,” “The Green Screen Show,” over 100 appearances on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” numerous appearances on VH-1’s “I Love The 80’s’ & 90’s,” and guest hosting “Talk Soup.”

Both can currently be seen in primetime on the brand new improv sketch comedy show, “Drew Carey’s Improv-a-Ganza” on the Game Show Network.

Tickets are available at the PPAC/The VETS Box Office at 220 Weybosset St. in downtown Providence, online at www.thevetsri.com and by phone at 401-421-ARTS (2787). Tickets are $52-$32; all ticket prices include a $2 per ticket restoration charge.

Following the enormous success of ABC’s “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, two stars of the Emmy nominated series, have teamed up to present an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy. The performance is coming to the The VETS, located at 1 Avenue of the Arts in downtown Providence, on Friday, March 30, at 8 p.m.

Using their quick wit, Mochrie and Sherwood take contributions from the audience to create hilarious and original scenes. Throughout the evening, the show becomes truly interactive as audience members are called to the stage to participate in the fun.

Due to the overwhelming response of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” both Mochrie and Sherwood can be seen performing over fifteen times a week on Comedy Central and ABC Family. Their new DVD, “Two Man Group: Live and Dangerous Comedy,” hits stores this month.

Colin Mochrie began his improv career after meeting and teaming up with Ryan Stiles (another “Whose Line”star). Shortly after doing Expo ‘86, Colin moved to Toronto. There, he auditioned for The Second City, a famous North American comedy theater, where Stiles was working at the time. Mochrie worked at Second City for three years.

Mochrie’s first appeared on the British version of “Whose Line is it Anyway?” in 1991. His role on the American “Whose Line” got off to a rocky start when ABC wanted to drop Mochrie because they thought the comedian looked too old and not hip enough. Thankfully those involved in the show held their ground, and ABC was smart enough to see that talent and creativity were more important than ‘hip’ and the fans agreed, making Mochrie a popular mainstay on the American “Whose Line” stage.

Brad Sherwood is a regular cast member on ABC’s “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and was a regular on the British version on Comedy Central as well. His credits include “The Drew Carey Show,” “The Green Screen Show,” over 100 appearances on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” numerous appearances on VH-1’s “I Love The 80’s’ & 90’s,” and guest hosting “Talk Soup.”

Both can currently be seen in primetime on the brand new improv sketch comedy show, “Drew Carey’s Improv-a-Ganza” on the Game Show Network.

Tickets are available at the PPAC/The VETS Box Office at 220 Weybosset St. in downtown Providence, online at www.thevetsri.com and by phone at 401-421-ARTS (2787). Tickets are $52-$32; all ticket prices include a $2 per ticket restoration charge.

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