Senseless Acts of Comedy will kick off the new year with a show at 9 p.m. Thursday in Moudy Building North, Room 141.The student improvisational comedy group now has six members with four returning from last year’s cast.
“We are really excited for this upcoming year and we have two new members who are freshman that are really great,” said Austin Hines, a senior radio-TV-film major and the president of Senseless Acts of Comedy.
The comedy troupe is beginning it’s fourth year at TCU and is expecting to have a full house Thursday night.
“For our last show at the Frog we had at least 300 people attend,” Hines said. “Now that we are in Moudy, I know it’s going to be packed.”
Andrew Hamer, the former president of Senseless Acts who graduated in May and now resides in Chicago, will be in attendance for the group’s opening show.
Admission is free to TCU students and the show is expected to last until about 10:30 p.m.