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Cedar Rapids, IA

November 4, 2021


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Rockford, IL

November 5, 2021

Coronado PAC

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St. Paul. MN

November 6, 2021

Fitzgerald Theater

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Red Bank, NJ

December 17, 2021

Count Basie Center for the Arts

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Baltimore, MD

December 18, 2021

The Lyric

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Newport News, VA

January 7, 2022

Ferguson Center

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Warren, OH

January 27, 2022

WD Packard Hall

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Munhall, PA

January 28, 2022

Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall

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Cincinnati, OH

January 29, 2022

Aronoff Center

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Waukegan, IL

February 10, 2022

Genesee Theatre

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Lowell, MA

March 11, 2022

Lowell Memorial Auditorium

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Plymouth, MA

March 12, 2022

Plymouth Memorial Hall

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Cerritos, CA

May 1, 2022

Cerritos Center for Performing Arts

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Manchester, NH

May 5, 2022

Palace Theatre

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Daytona Beach, FL

November 18, 2022

Peabody Auditorium

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Melbourne, FL

November 19, 2022

King Center for the Performing Arts

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Reading, PA

December 17, 2022

Santander Performing Arts Center

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Armed with only their wits, Whose Line is it Anyway? stars Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood are taking to the live stage and they’re…Scared Scriptless.  Prepare to laugh yourself senseless as improv comedy masterminds Colin & Brad must make up original scenes, songs and more from whatever you, the fans, suggest! You just might also get to join in on the fun on stage. It’s a hilarious comedic high wire act… just like a live version of ‘Whose Line!’ How the heck do they do it? We don’t know either! Don’t miss the best duo in improv, Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, in their wildly entertaining Scared Scriptless Tour.


Hilaritycus smoothius

Scotland, that craggy, majestic, malt whiskeyed land, has spawned many myths besides the Loch Ness Monster. One such legend is Colin Mochrie (Hilaritycus smoothius). A migratory creature that left his birthplace for the Great White North (Canada), Colin learned his theatrical craft through repeated behavioral rituals at Studio 58 located in the mountain nestled, sparkling jewel of the Northwest, Vancouver, British Columbia.

A hard-working, imaginative mammal, Colin used his chameleon-like skills to blend in with others of his ilk, never being noticed, until noted anthropologists Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson discovered him at the Toronto Second City. Moving him to the Whose Line is it Anyway Institute in historical and damp London, England, Patterson and Leveson slowly groomed Colin till he became international sensation. Working with Drew Carey at the U.S based institute of the same name, only increased interest in the reclusive beast.


Cranuis giganticum

As a young hatchling, Brad Sherwood (Cranius gigantum), fled the ice plains of Chicago for the arid expanse of the Rocky Mountains, where he settled at the epicenter of art and coyote sculptures, Santa Fe New Mexico. Weaned on green chiles and isolation, he became a savant of self-amusement.

Years later, he hopped a hobo train to the Pacific Ocean where he searched for people willing to employ someone with an abnormally large skull. Eventually, he was plucked from the Venice Beach Freak Show by a band of improvising gypsies who passed him from troupe to troupe, until he was sold into servitude to some British Choreographer/Pirates. They, in turn, sold him to a British improv TV show, where he was hired to teach Canadians how to be funny.

Now, he is ward and caretaker of his least successful pupil, Colin Mochrie. Brad is given a stipend from the Canadian government to keep Colin from hurting himself or livestock. As part of Colin’s therapy, Brad tours with him in an improvised stage performance that helps creatively channel Mochrie’s delusions.



What type of audience participation is involved?

The entire show is driven by audience participation. Audience members yell out suggestions and Colin and Brad do the rest. Also, throughout the show, audience members are brought up on stage to add an extra element of the unexpected.

Are you sure you're making it all up?


Is this show appropriate for my child?

Many people have brought their 8-10 year old children to the show with no complaints. An Evening with Colin and Brad is a totally improvised show. Although they do attempt to keep the show family friendly, Colin and Brad can’t be responsible for audience suggestions. Therefore, we recommend you make your own judgment call based on your own child’s sensitivities to bald men.

Are you really, really, really sure it's made up?

This puts the FA in FAQs. And, for the last time. Yes, our show is completely made up.


They are laugh-until-your-sides-hurt funny. It’s exciting to watch them weave hilarity out of seemingly thin air

The Cape Cod Times

An excellent show…Hilarious…Astonishing! This duo have skills in abundance for a funny thrill ride.

The Columbus Dispatch

They had the audience in stitches from start to finish.

The Desert Morning News
Salt Lake City

They’re true masters of their craft.

The Sioux City Journal

Herculean wit that travels at the speed of light.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


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