W.T. Clarke High School graduates recently returned to school for a night of laughs, as they performed a special improvisation, or “Improv” sketch show to benefit the school’s theater program.
The performers, all graduates of Clarke’s theater program, entertained an audience inside of the school’s Little Theater for a night of laughs and comedy improvisation. The money raised during the event will be given to the school’s Theater Arts Parents Association, which raises money to provide scholarships for graduating students who are involved in theater.
The program is led by Mark Kenny, an English teacher at the school.
The talented improvisers come from different graduating classes, including Corey Fanelli, class of 2008, Alex Fanelli, class of 2011, Wesley Halstead, class of 2012, Gino Gentilini-Pagonis, class of 2008, and Toby Klein, class of 2007.