September 22, 2014
Entertainment

From Whose Line Is It Anyway to the University at Buffalo

“Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group” will take the stage at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 26 at University at Buffalo's Center for the Arts.

Are you in the mood for a good laugh? “Whose Line Is It Anyway” stars Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood are returning to University at Buffalo’s Center for the Arts next weekend to give audience members and evening full of improvisational comedy.

Earlier this week, Mochrie called Community Papers of WNY to talk about what to expect from the show.

Community Papers of WNY: If you could choose three words to describe the show, what would they be?

Colin Mochrie: Made up crap.

CPOWNY: You and Brad have performed in Buffalo a few times now. What is it about Buffalo that makes you continue coming here to perform?

CM: The main reason is they keep asking us. We love places that love us. As long as Buffalo keeps calling us we’ll keep coming. You won’t get any smarter by going to our show, but will hopefully have a few good laughs.

CPOWNY: What is your favorite part of performing with Brad?

CM: There really is nothing, I’m still not sure why I’m with him. I’ve been performing with Brad for 11 years and we’ve known each other for 20 years. It’s always just relaxed and fun. We’ve never had a fight in 11 years touring together. Every show is different and fun. We really trust each other on stage.

CPOWNY: What is your favorite part of performing for a live audience?

CM: The unpredictability of it. Every show is different and a lot of it depends on audience. All scenes start with audience suggestions so they set tone of night and keep it fresh for us. It works best when we’re totally... Read the rest of this article in Entertainment

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