CCE’s ‘A Murder Most Fowl’ was a parody of classic noir films that incorporated goofy, bird-themed humor.
CCE’s ‘The Devil Wears Fedora’ incorporated raunchy humor and realistic characters into the “whodunit” event.
Through hair-flips, sly looks, and tasteful costumes, CCE’s Murder Mystery was a drole affair that left each audience member feeling as satisfied by deft character work.
Pumpkins Spice Laughter works as a great display of the many talents of CCE, as well as their ability to garner the most laughs out of a wide variety of concepts and scenarios.
Masterfully employing set-ups, CCE is able to cash in dividends in the currency of laughter as they perform in ‘Debatably Funny.’
CCE gives the Catholic tradition a serious wedgie in this parody of the murder mystery genre as the homicidal nuns exact their brutality on the unsuspecting.
BC Improv Group CCE will host three universities this weekend as a preview for the Annual Comedy Beanpot on Feb. 18.
The Committee for Creative Enactments attempted solve the mysterious murder case that unfolded during Arts Fest.