Don't expect lap dances or bumpin' and grindin' when you see The Gentleman's Club perform. On second thought, there might be some of that, depending on the suggestions thrown out by the audience to the sometimes-raunchy, always-funny long form improv troupe.
The three-person group has quickly made a name for itself in the local improv scene since they formed last year and recently made their Phoenix Improv Festival debut, touching on everything from Michael Jackson to the sinking Titanic. The audience can expect high-energy sets with rapid-fire dialogue, quick wit, and hilarious and often off-the-wall scenarios, says founding member Craig Chenery.
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Sat., May 22, 8 p.m., 2010