A Serial Killer Comes to Chilliwack … just in time for Halloween!

Upfront Improv Theatre is coming… with Halloween hilarity… and our town is about to get Chilliwacked!

Owned by comedian Ryan Stiles, this Bellingham theatre company specializes in improvisational comedy and they’re bringing a new thrilling murder mystery to our city!

Comedians begin by introducing their characters and THEN finding out what role they’ll play in the show. Only the performer knows if they’re the killer, victim or witness.

Chilliwacked is a laugh-a-minute improv show that’s guaranteed to make you chuckle while thinking “WHO DID IT??” Celebrate the spooky season with this wacky murder mystery that’s fun for all ages and is sure to become a new fan favourite.

Have you ever seen a murder mystery show? How about an improvised murder mystery show?

On Oct. 30, the Chilliwack Cultural Centre will get Chilliwacked when this thrilling show comes to town for an evening that celebrates the spooky season with Halloween fun!

Three townsfolk will die, and one will emerge as the killer! From out of a hat the performers draw a character, which members of the audience have put together, and then they’ll introduce their characters. Then and only then do they find out what role they’ll be playing in the show as they draw a card to decide who will be the murderer and who will get murdered. Together, the actors work to create conflict and believable scenes to create a cohesive story while only knowing their own individual role.

For those of you who’ve always avoided improv out of dread of being pulled up on stage, you have nothing to fear! Settle in for an evening of laughter as you try to work out “Who did it?” with this a fun fan favourite.

Chilliwacked is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Oct. 30, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $32 for adults, $29 for seniors and $27 for youth, and can be purchased at the Centre Box Office – 9201 Corbould St.; online at www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca; or by calling 604-391-SHOW(7469).

Warning: May contains adult material and situations – may not be appropriate for all audiences.

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