Following last year’s success, three nights of Chicago-style, family-friendly improvisational comedy returns to the Wilton High School Little Theater stage, beginning Thursday, Feb. 5.
Directed by Second City Conservatory alumna and English and theater arts teacher Heather DeLude, “Freeplay: A Night of Improv Comedy” — also called “Saturday Night Live” — features spontaneous scenes and games performed by freshmen, sophomores and juniors.
Ms. DeLude worked at Chicago’s Second City Conservatory in the late 90s alongside comedians like Jason Sudeikis, Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch.
“Being there in the late 90s was a really great time to be there,” said Ms DeLude. “I didn’t realize how many people I was meeting and how they would end up shaping comedy.”