The Neighborhood Theater Group will present Sketchual Healing Feb. 16 through 18 and Feb. 24 and 25. The goal of this distinctive performance is to heal audience members through its love and sketch comedy.
Sketchual Healing is a show that explores each unique aspect of love. The show features five actors who play twenty different characters.
Each show integrates NTG’s house band’s live original sound and music. EMU alumnus Eric Hohnke and members of the NTG House Band composed sound and original music for the performance.
“What's fun is getting tunes stuck in the listeners' heads. If they are humming one of my works, it's really flattering. Like, I made that song, and that person is singing what I made," said Hohnke.
The purpose of this show is to temporarily remove people from the current chaos in the world.
“It has been so therapeutic working on this show these past few months. Being able to focus on love and laughter has been invaluable to me and the cast. We want the audience to be able to do the same,” said Kristin Danko, director of Sketchual Healing.
Tickets are available on this link: sketchualhealing.brownpapertickets.com/
The shows begin at 8 p.m. and are located at the Dreamland Theater in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Parking is available in downtown Ypsilanti.
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