Whose Line Is It Anyway? got plenty of air time on my TV. It seems like it was always airing on some cable channel, and I loved both the American version, hosted by Drew Carrey, and the British version, hosted by Clive Anderson. Both always gave me hearty laughs, even if the British version occasionally went miles kilometers over my head.

I believe my being exposed to so much improv at an early age made me a quicker wit, although it also probably made me slightly more unhinged. Needless to say, I'm very excited that Whose Live Anyway? is coming to Lubbock's Buddy Holly Hall, featuring show alums Ryan Stiles, Greg Proops, and Jeff B. Davis. Joining them on tour is Joel Murray, well known for his TV roles in Mad Men, Dharma & Greg, Shameless, etc.

Whose Line Is It Anyway? was nominated for five Emmys and former cast member Wayne Brady won "Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program" in 2003 for his performances on the show.


Whose Live Anyway? will feature live, improvised sketches and songs based on audience suggestions. The Lubbock show will be on March 8, 2024, at Buddy Holly Hall (1300 Mac Davis).

Tickets will go on sale on Friday, November 3 at 10am. Make sure you purchase tickets ONLY from these AUTHORIZED sites: buddyhollyhall.com or at The Buddy Holly Hall Box Office at (806) 792-8339.

Seriously, ONLY buy tickets to any Buddy Holly Hall event by going through their designated site or the box office. There are many ticket scams out there, and the first seller to appear on Google is not always the most reputable one. DON'T overpay or even pay for fake tickets. DO come to the show with a few suggestions for locations, professions, etc. You could be a part of the show!

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