APAC hosts another game show night today
Get ready to match the stars! One of the most iconic game shows of the ’70’s is back again on the Big Island tonight.
“Match Game” takes the Aloha Theatre stage at 7:30 p.m. today. This is a one-night-only performance. All proceeds of the event will benefit APAC. Tickets are $5 per person and are available online at www.alohatheatre.com or at the door. For questions, contact Suzanne Murdock at 322-9924.
Produced by the Aloha Performing Arts Company, “Match Game” is the feature presentation for a night projected to be full of fun, laughs, and for some lucky contestants: maybe even a few prizes! Roderick Anderson takes the microphone to lead a star-studded cast, featuring APAC regulars and many others. All those who come see the show will be eligible to be a contestant, and with it, the task of having to match the crazy and hilarious answers in a twist on the concept of “Fill-in-the-Blank.”
With a set co-designed by Roderick Anderson and Technical Director Gill Pecceu, a combination of both the television “Match Game” look with a hint of modern flair, and a real cast of characters, “Match Game” is sure to be a fun filled night of comedy and improv.
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