Improv Imagined Reality returns to Olympic Theater Arts on Saturday
SEQUIM — Pretty much the only thing local stewards say they can prepare for with this group is a popular draw.
Olympic Center for the Theater Arts officials said they saw overflowing crowds the last time Imagined Reality performed its original improv comedy show at Sequim in November.
This traveling troupe is back for a show scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday at the theater at 414 N. Sequim Ave.
Imagid Reality’s performance in late 2020 drew such a large audience that an impromptu venue change was necessary, moving the cabaret show from OTA’s newly renovated Gathering Hall to the main auditorium. There, the improv group performed on the main stage, spontaneously using the theater’s partially completed “Christmas Carol” set to their comedic advantage.
“The community came out starving,” said OTA executive director David Herbelin, “and Imagined Reality delivered a giant platter to them.”
While all ages are welcome, OTA reps note that the show’s content is generally rated around PG-13.
In order for the theater to provide its patrons with a safe environment, OTA’s Board of Directors recently adopted a COVID policy requiring production members, volunteers, and patrons to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test. (within 72 hours) plus matching photo ID prior to admission to the theater.
For more information, call the theater at 360-683-7326.