For one night only, Wilton High School’s acclaimed Chicago-style improvisation group, Freeplay, will return to the Little Theater stage on April 22, as a fundraiser for this year’s Relay for Life, the annual event benefitting the American Cancer Society.

The April 22 show—organized by MainStage member (and WHS student) Skyler Addison, and directed by Second City Conservatory alumna and WHS teacher, Heather DeLude—features a mixture of short improvisation games and longer comedic scenes relying heavily on audience participation.

Freeplay has made its mark on Wilton High School over the past three years, attracting an unprecedented level of interest in auditioning and playing to sold-out houses. Tickets will be a suggested donation of $5 to benefit Relay for Life and will be available at the door. The show runs from 7:30-8:30 pm. Come join the cast of Freeplay for a night of improv comedy that will aid in the fight against cancer!