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WIT presents All Star Micetro

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WIT - Wellington Improvisation Troupe presents

All Star Micetro

Fringe Festival fixture (and former Fringe best comedy winner) Micetro is back for another bite of the cheese.

Watch as a crew of eager improvisers go head to head in a battle of wit, spur-of-the-moment storytelling and glorious failure. The audience will decide who gets eliminated and who will survive to be crowned 'Micetro'.

“It's an adorable, furry war of all against all,” says WIT co-creative director Lyndon Hood.

From Micetro 2012 – Photo Alison Little

Wily old hands – veterans of WIT shows like The Young and the Witless, The Last Saloon and The Wishing Tree – will meet the pick of recent graduates from WIT's beginner training classes (at Wellington High School's Community Education Centre).

Grab a drink and enjoy an unrepeatable blend of improv games, charismatic humility, stories, songs and shenanigans.

“WIT shows once more they can be counted on to deliver.” — John Smythe (Theatreview) on CSI Wainui.

All Star Micetro
The Fringe Bar
Sundays Feb 17 & 24, Mar 3 &10
Tickets $15 / $12 / $10 (Fringe Addict or groups of 6+)
Door sales


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