Inglemoor clenches improv Hogan Cup

Inglemoor improv teams excells at competition.

  • Friday, December 1, 2017 11:44am
  • Life

On Nov. 20, the Inglemoor High School improv team competed at the Puget Sound Hogan Cup Finals and took home the title.

IHS competed against Woodinville High School, Holy Names Academy and Bothell High School. WHS and Holy Names tied for second place and BHS took third.

All teams begin by competing in “Story, Story Die” to see which order teams will perform and IHS received the coveted spot of going last as each team performed three spontaneous scenes to gather points from the judges at Unexpected Productions in the Market Theater in Seattle’s Pike Place Market.

The IHS improv team has been invited to participate in the City-Wide Improv Competition for all ages: Womb Escape at 8:05 a.m. this evening at Edmonds Community College, 20000 68th Ave. W. in Lynnwood.

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