The Phoenix Remix Live! – INTERVIEW -Unscripted Tragedy

On the 14th January, The Phoenix Remix is hosting it’s first ever live show and over the next few weeks we sit down with some of the acts that are performing at the show to find out more about them and what they have in store for the audience. Today we talk to a troupe that are taking part in the Question Roulette Improv Battle – Unscripted Tragedy

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Hello tell us about yourself and three unknown facts! 

I once shot an Uzi. I choose my towels from the bottom of the pile. The two are not connected.

 

 

You are performing at the first ever Phoenix Remix Live how are you feeling about it?

Excited and honored. Thank you for having us!

 

 

You are taking other teams in the Question Roulette Improv Battle how are you feeling about it?

We just want to enjoy the show.

 

 

Why did you decide to do the show?

We’re fairly new; it seems like the right next step.

 

 

What are some of your favourite parts of the Phoenix Remix website and why?

Everything sitcom! Stuff like LIFE LESSONS FROM SITCOMS. It’s always interesting to see how different shows impact comedy lovers, which are our audience. Sitcom is a an amazing genre! Reckon one day there will be Tragcom?

 

 

How do you warm up for a Show?

We play games that make us laugh and games that that focus on things we want to improve.

 

 

It is the month of January what are your new years resolutions for your improv this year?

Keep criticism away from me!

 

 

The show is also raising money for charity Arts 4 Dementia – why should people donate?

If these donations can help with research or medicines then it’s only too urgent to get the ball rolling. This is an awful disease which takes away people’s sense of self.

 

 

If people want to find out more about you where can they find you on social media?

Ahem, we don’t have a page yet. It’s tragic, really.

 

 

Three words why people should come to Phoenix Remix Live?

1. It’s LIVE. 2. It’s a mix (of styles and talents). 3. It’s mythological. (See what we did there?)

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