Whose Line...? Comics Brad Sherwood and Colin Mochrie at Hanover Theatre
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The last date listed for Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood was Friday April 1, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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The internationally-acclaimed Moscow Festival Ballet makes a triumphant return after its sold-out performance of Swan Lake in 2013 with the grand spectacle Sleeping Beauty, the classic tale of a beautiful princess, a sinister witch and the transformative power of true love's kiss. Under the artistic direction of Sergei Radchenko -- the legendary principal dancer of the famed Bolshoi Ballet -- this sparkling production boasts 50 of Russia's most talented dancers along with stunning sets and costumes, all set to the triumphant score by Tchaikovsky. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Ellen Foley O'Neill
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This was a great show - totally improvised and outrageously funny. We were at the tippity top of the theater in the back row, but we could still see. It made it difficult to be part of the "audience particiipation" but it was a great show anyway.
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I went to this show with my sisters (ages 48-54). We had a great time and laughed a lot. Our seats in the upper balcony weren't the greatest because the railing was right in our line of view but at intermission we moved further back to avoid it.
Quotes & Highlights
- Visit Colin Mochrie's <a target="_blank" href="http://www.colinmochrie.com/">website</a>.
- Visit <em>The Colin and Brad Show </em><a target="_blank" href="http://colinandbradshow.com/">website. </a>
- "Herculean wit that travels at the speed of light." <em>--Milwaukee Journal Sentinel</em>
- The death-defying comics delivered a highly entertaining evening of spontaneous comedy --<em>Star-Telegram</em>, Dallas
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, stars of the Emmy nominated Whose Line is it Anyway? have teamed up to present an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy. Using their quick wit, Colin and Brad take contributions from the audience to create hilarious and original scenes - just like a live version of Whose Line? Throughout the evening, the show becomes truly interactive as audience members are called to the stage to participate in the fun. The Colin and Brad Show has played to sold-out venues all over the country.
Colin Mochrie was born Nov. 30 1957 in Kilmarnock, Scotland. His family moved to Montreal in 1964 and moved to Vancouver in 1969. He went to theater school for four years, then luckily managed to get work. He got involved in improv through the Vancouver Theatresports League. He moved to Toronto after Expo 86 and got involved with The Second City. He married Debra McGrath in1989 and havs a son (Luke). He was with Second City for three years.
Since the success of Whose Line is it Anyway, he has been very busy. Between live tours with Brad Sherwood and of course running Canada when they need him - there doesn't seem to be enough time in a day. Of course, his most famous role was in the 3D space epic, Space Hunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone. He captured Molly Ringwald and utters the immortal line "You can ask the Chemist."
Brad Sherwood was born on the 24th November, 1964 in Chicago, Illinois, and later, grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He began acting at the age of eight. He graduated from Wright State University with a BFA in Acting and, soon thereafter, took his talents to Hollywood. His first real role was on the sketch-comedy series The Newz (1994), though he also made several guest appearances on L.A. Law (1986) as a lovestruck nanny. Sherwood continued to make appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno He was also a regular on VH1 as a commentator. In 1992, Sherwood became a recurring performer on the improvisational comedy show Whose Line is it Anyway? He then turned his attention to stand-up, and made an appearance on 2002's Jane White is Sick & Twisted alongside with fellow "Whose Line" co-star Colin Mochrie. He also hosted The Dating Game from 1997-98, and The Big Moment in 1999.