Improv group to perform at KSU

Erik Urycki

The Portage County Players Improv Group will perform at 8 p.m. tonight in the Rathskeller.

The show, which is being co-sponsored by Kent Student Center Programming, is free to all students.

The group performs in a “Whose Line is it Anyway” type environment where the audience controls the performance topics.

Ruben Ryan, junior theater studies major and president of Portage County Players, said the group will perform a number of improv-structured games.

“People coming to see the show should have an entertaining night filled with audience participation,” Ryan said.

The Portage County Players consists of Kent State students who major in everything from theater to exercise science.

For more information, contact KSC Programming at

– Erik Urycki