On Saturday 1 April at 8pm, Delta Force Improv will be presenting Serangoon: The Musical at the Trio Building in Singapore. This comedy show promises to be a wild ride through a world of cheese, music, and laughter and everything will be improvised right there on stage!
Improv comedy is no easy task to undertake but when it’s done right, it is not only hilarious but it is also witty, on-point and acerbic. The action on stage can be a hot mess, but the jokes fly and the laughs follow. The Delta Force Improv crew here in Singapore are at the top of their game and their outrageous talent fires on all cylinders when they take to the stage for a night of improv.
The Lightfoot Club, a beloved landmark in the Serangoon neighborhood of Singapore, is in danger. A group of nefarious agents of chaos have discovered that the club was built over a deposit of Monsoon Cheese from a UFO crash in 1947, and they have set their sights on using it to take control of the cheese market.
But fear not, as Delta Force Improv is here to save the day with their fully improvised and immersive musical performance, Delta Force Improv Presents Serangoon: The Musical.
Delta Force Improv are not only a mainstay of Singapore’s burgeoning comedy scene, but they are also one of the world’s best improv comedy groups. They’re passionate, dedicated and committed to their comedic craft.
This is clearly visible in the stuff they make up on the spot, which often hits the mark and then sometimes splatters in weird and wonderful ways, solely from suggestions from the audience. No script and no plan, just a group of comedians on stage taking directions from the audience to create a full show loaded with laughs, wisecracks, astute observations and play on words that will have your head spinning.
The team have performed numerous shows and showcases in Singapore and in the region at theatres, clubs, private parties and corporate functions.
The show is the perfect Saturday evening plan for couples, friends, and groups, and all ages are welcome to attend. So mark your calendars for Saturday, 1 April, at 8pm. The show will run for 1 hour and 30 minutes, and will take place at the Trio Building on the second level in Singapore.