The awkward hilarity of Confetti & Chaos is coming to Goulburn Workers for one night only on June 27.
The basic premise is, the bride's mother has invited you to a surprise wedding reception, which it turns out the newlyweds did not want.
The two hour event is the combination of a three-course meal and a show, except that you're on the stage and you, along with all the other guests, are actually included in the storyline.
Half the cast for Goulburn's performance arrived in Australia this week from the UK for rehearsals.
"Four phenomenally talented improvisers play all the characters in this hysterical evening of chaos," says the production company.
"Australia's Monique Lewis-Reynolds and Nicholas Richard are joined on tour by the UK's Otis Waby and Nerine Skinner."
They have some set lines and a basic story to follow, but there will also be plenty of improvisation, so no two shows are exactly alike.
Between them they play nine characters, which also means a number of quick costume changes, as well as using different accents and displaying different personalities for each.
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WE ASK MONIQUE
We asked cast member Monique Lewis Reynolds - who plays the bride's mother Lynne, and Marge who is the aunty of the groom - about being in this production.
"I was really drawn to being a member of this cast," Monique says.
"There's something about it being based around a wedding reception. We all know those weddings where something outrageous happens or something embarrassing happens and that is what this is all about; the utter humour and calamity that happens when you throw people together from two different families who probably wouldn't mix under normal circumstances and you get to see how funny and crazy that mixture of different people can be."
With lots of opportunity for improvisation, "it all depends on what comes from the audience members.
"Sometimes people can have quite crazy reactions to the show and their laughter or even their comments will prompt us to respond us in different ways and that can sometimes send us in quite a different direction."
In terms of what that might be, "There are a lot of quite outrageous things that happen in C&C that will definitely get some fairly peculiar responses from audience members.
"You just never know what those reactions will be and that will give us a lot of scope to have a lot more giggles along the way.
"That is really improvising at its true height. You just never know what's going to come out of an audience member's mouth and how you might respond to it at the time."