What goes great with beer? Well, everything, but especially laughter. Head on over to New Republic Brewing Co on September 15 from 6-10pm for some great brews and genuine laughter, as Freudian Slip will be preforming their unique brand of improv magic. Whether you’ve seen them preform or haven’t had the pleasure, the troupe promises a new and unique show each time.
Texas A&M’s Freudian slip is known for their affinity of curbing their shows around each individual audience, so with an audience full of beer aficionados or aspiring beer fanatics, it is sure to be a good laugh. The New Republic Brewery is open to all ages (as long as your three-year-old isn’t participating in the beer tasting), so the event will make for a great night with the whole family.
Maggie McCullough, the director of Freudian Slip, told us that she is excited about this week’s show.
“We will be doing some classic improv long form and some short form games,” said McCullough. “It will be high energy, fast paced, and audience inclusive! So it should be a lot of fun with a lot of laughs!”
She also gave us a little history of the troupe.
“Our Troupe has been a part of Texas A&M since 1992 and we have been a top-notch performance group ever since. This year we have 8 members, including myself, ranging from all types of majors and ages.”
While you’re there, be sure to check out New Republic’s signature brews, including Dammit Jim, Skylight, Kadigan, and whatever else is on tap that night. Bring your friends, people in town for Ring Day, and anyone else out to an evening of laughs and local beers.
The show is free and starts at 6pm.