Cinerruption LIVE! & Charleston Music Hall Presents:
Cinerruption LIVE! Taken
featuring, Jason Groce, Camille Lowman, Henry Riggs
Sun · June 17, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm
Rated PG - 13| 1h 33m
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Cinerruption LIVE! Taken
Cinerruption LIVE: A perilously ridiculous landscape where improv comedy and film collide! This special Father's Day installment of Cinerruption LIVE will feature the classic the film TAKEN! We will have 3 of Charleston's funniest comedians on 3 mics, so you will be able to hear their commentary as they point out the sheer comedic awesomeness that makes this movie so good!
Synopsis: Seventeen year-old Kim is the pride and joy of her father Bryan Mills. ... After reluctantly agreeing to let his 17-year-old daughter, Kim (Maggie Grace), go to France with her best friend, Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) is horrified to hear that she is kidnapped by an Albanian gang whose specialty is prostitution rings.
Jason is a Greenville, SC native who has lived in Charleston for 17 years as a bartender and graphic designer. He started doing improv comedy at Theatre 99 in 2005 and is a regular performer in their programming. He has done standup for over eight years and has opened for several national acts, performed at TedX, won a few comedy competitions, and has performed in a bunch of festivals, with both stand up and improv, along the way. He finally did his own solo sketch show in 2017, which he really enjoyed but made him very tired. He lives in North Charleston with Gaines, a sweet rescue pit bull.
Camille Lowman is originally from South Carolina and a graduate of College of Charleston. After college, Camille moved to Chicago to study and perform at both the iO Theatre (formerlly Improv Olympic) and Second City. She then moved to New York City to attend Atlantic Conservatory. She is settled back in Charleston and is honored to be a Core Ensemble member at Pure Theatre and a part of Theatre 99. Camille Lowman's recent stage credits include Marie Antoinette, Failure: A Love Story, Constellations, The Curious Case of the Watson Intelligence, 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche, This Random World, and Hand to God. She can also be seen at Theatre 99 and Rip City performing improv and sketch comedy.
Henry Riggs is 1/2 of the comedy group Nameless Numberhead whose work has been featured on FunnyorDie, TedX, and most recently at SF Sketchfest. He is an ensemble member of The New Colony (Chicago), Theatre 99 (Charleston), and a graduate of the iO Chicago program where he performed with 4 house teams. He received a Non-Equity Jeff Award (Chicago) for Original Music Composition for That Sordid Little Story in 2011 and has been featured in 2 directors showcases for The Second City in Chicago. More info at numberheadcomedy.com.