Cry and Laugh About Love in the Quarantine Age Through Improv This Sunday
Silly People’s Improv Theater and Third World Improv will break down data into bite-sized comedic pieces for your entertaintment, and for the benefit of Open House
The matter of what love truly means has been a discussion for ages — and the one we’re in is no exception. This Sunday, cry and laugh about love in the quarantine age with improv groups Silly People’s Improv Theater (SPIT) and Third World Improv.
In a Prosumer report by the Havas Ortega Group, Filipinos said they still believe love can last forever. SPIT and Third World Improv will break down that data into bite-sized comedic pieces for your entertainment, but most importantly, for the benefit of Open House, an online fundraising project that supports displaced Filipino artists and creative workers.
Through 10 five-minute PowerPoint presentations, the comedic groups will discuss a bevy of topics, from “Why Date When You Can Tita? The Case for Keeping Your Heart on Indefinite Lockdown,” “Ex Thru Text: The ECQ Post-Breakup Internette Etiquette,” “Having Children is Selfish — And this Quarantine Proves It,” and so much more.
Lead photo from Unsplash