CTA’s drama program got its first chance to be in the public spotlight on April 22 and 23 with the first ever CTA Improv Show. This Improv show featured students in the newly formed Drama Club. Fifteen students have been attending drama club rehearsals twice a week after school and practicing Whose Line Is It Anyway-style games that they would eventually perform in front of an audience. The show started with a game called XBox where students had to perform short skits based on audience suggestions such as the color blue or the animal, the tiger. Given only short prompts, students then had to create full scenes. The audience really enjoyed the show and a lot of laughter filled the evening. Some members of the Friday audience enjoyed the show so much, they came back on Saturday to see all new games and scenarios. The highlight of both evenings was the final game, “Helping Hands.” In this game, one student gets to be a world famous chef with a variety of food items on the table in front of her. The only catch is that she can’t use her own hands. Instead, another actor stands behind her and picks up the items as she goes, making a hilarious mess. This event was also a fundraiser for CTA’s drama department with hopes to use the funds to put on a play next year. With the success of the Improv show, the drama department is well on their way toward the goal.