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    Conejo Improv Troupe Returns to Solve the Crime of the Century

    Conejo Improv Troupe Returns to Solve the Crime of the Century

    At the June 29 performances of The Conejo Improv Players, the troupe will make a return to their signature groundbreaking original show: a one-act, improvised Agatha-Christie-style murder mystery.

    Completely made up on the spot with help from an audience suggestion, “Two Detectives” will leave audiences on the edge of their seats, trying to figure out whodunit. What’s even more impressive, is the actors don’t know either.

    “Two Detectives,” a completely original, long-from improvised one-act was created and developed by the Conejo Improv Players. The audience will suggest a location where a murder has happened, and the troupe will then create an entire story around the deceased and the two detectives called in to work on the case.

    The show will also include other improv favorites performed by the talented cast: David White, Scott Shrum, Jonathan Rowsey, Shelby Fry, Allie Leslie, Nolan Monsibay, Kyle Johnson, Kevin Schultz, Patrick McGrath, Alexandra Mena, Frank Bonoff and Cindy Lopez.

    Calendar listing: The Conejo Improv Players return with their original one-act, “Two Detectives” as part of their regular shows on June 29 at 7 and 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 each, $5 for Seniors, Students and Military. For tickets or more information call 805-495-3715 or visit www.conejoplayers.org

    Conejo Players Theater’s mission is to share in providing the community with a year-round schedule of affordable live theatre produced to serve the cultural, educational, and entertainment needs of the community.

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