Here We Are in Spain to perform on Scranton’s Courthouse Square during Arts on the Square


For Abington Journal



Local improv comedy group Here We Are in Spain will perform during the Third Annual Arts on the Square July 25 at Courthouse Square, Scranton. From left, first row, John Maier, Patrick Martin and Rob Klubeck. Second row, Baxter Pancake and Brit Giblin. Third row, Don McGlynn.


For Abington Journal

Local improv comedy group Here We Are in Spain will perform during the Third Annual Arts on the Square July 25 at Courthouse Square, Scranton. From left, first row, John Maier, Patrick Martin and Rob Klubeck. Second row, Baxter Pancake and Brit Giblin. Third row, Don McGlynn.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_ABJ-Spain.jpgLocal improv comedy group Here We Are in Spain will perform during the Third Annual Arts on the Square July 25 at Courthouse Square, Scranton. From left, first row, John Maier, Patrick Martin and Rob Klubeck. Second row, Baxter Pancake and Brit Giblin. Third row, Don McGlynn.

SCRANTON — The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple (SCC), the Lackawanna County Library System (LCLS) and the Everhart Museum will once again present a collaborative program at Arts on the Square. This summer, the three organizations will present an interactive game show styled after “The Price is Right” and hosted by local improve group Here We Are in Spain.

Patrons will participate in variations of the show’s signature games, but with a 1910-1920s twist. The event will run from noon to 4 p.m. July 25 with shows at 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. In addition, a basket raffle with prizes sponsored by the SCC, LCLS and Everhart will be available.

Here We Are in Spain, a local improv group, mixes audience suggestions with its own brand of humor, creating a unique show that is fun for all attendees. The group is comprised of Don McGlynn, Brit Giblin, Rob Klubeck and Patrick Martin.

The Third Annual Arts on the Square is an all-day event that wraps around Courthouse Square and features everything from three stages of talented musicians and performing artists to children’s activities and artisan vendors. With a vision to influence the arts and commerce, Arts on the Square supports artists and businesses in Lackawanna County through this interactive arts festival.

Information provided by the Scranton Cultural Center.
Information provided by the Scranton Cultural Center.
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