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Our ArtsCenter season finale is a two-act show. First we’ll explore the world of work and how it affects our lives as we follow several characters on and off the job. Act Two will be set at a Waffle House at 2:00 a.m. Who’s eating beige food at that time of night and what’s on their minds?

The cast for Work and Waffles includes Anoo Tree Brod, director Greg Hohn, Juliet Kaplan, Bart Hubbard, Steve Scott, Steven Warnock, and Jane Allen Wilson. Mario Arnez provides guitar accompaniment. Jenn Evans handles lights and sound.

Visit http://transactors.org to learn more about the South’s longest-running improvisational theater.

Transactors Improv is the longest-running improvisational theater in the south. Their work focuses on emotion, physicality, character, commitment, teamwork, and fun.

The company formed in 1983 at The ArtsSchool in Carrboro, N.C., as a children’s theater. Much of its work was scripted, but over time the group metamorphosed into a professional touring company performing improvisational theater for audiences of all ages.

Transactors Improv performs primarily in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill and has appeared coast to coast and from Florida to Canada. The company has been heard on National Public Radio and the Canadian Broadcasting Co. Transactors Improv also teaches people of all ages in a wide variety of venues, from corporations and colleges to elementary schools and arts camps.

Members of Transactors Improv have had the opportunity to study individually and collectively with the leading lights of improv, including Groundlings founder Gary Austin, Joe Bill, Del Close, Martin de Maat, Charna Halpern of iO, Keith Johnstone, Annoyance Theater’s Mick Napier, Second City, Paul Sills, and Mark Sutton.

Learn more about Transactors Improv here: Transactors Improv Company

Tickets $15 Public, $12 Senior, $10 Student