If Your Love of Improv is To Be Determined

Whether you’re well-versed in comedy consumption or not, free improv from hilarious peers should not to be trifled with.

With performances Saturday and several dates later in the semester, there’s no excuse to not attend a show for comedy troupe To Be Determined. Come out and watch your fellow classmates perform live unrehearsed skits and games.

Cast member Jon Bell-Clement compared their show to “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” a hit TV show where the contestants are given categories and subjects to perform unrehearsed improv skits to a live audience.

“To Be Determined’s comedy shows are always different but still have an aspect of similarity,” TBD president John Streifel said.

The troupe performs an array of short skits, long skits with more depth and detail with story line and “Comedysportz,” in which two teams compete for points in a “funny-off.”

Last semester they had more than 100 students attending each performance, so they aren’t amateurs. Come for a “… free, hourlong show that is going to make you laugh,” Streifel said.

For those interested in getting involved, TBD is a non-audition club that is open to all students. Requirements include NDSU enrollment and a $5 fee. They meet Mondays and Thursdays from 6-8 p.m. and are open to join any time of the year.

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