Dufflebag Theatre is back in Fort Saskatchewan presenting their improvisational show, Twas the Night Before Christmas.
The group has traveled the globe performing adaptations of fairy tales and classic stories. Each show is made up on the spot and is told with the help of audience members who can volunteer to join in on the fun.
"It's absolutely unique and because it's improvisational theatre, you're going to get a different show every time," said Shell Theatre supervisor, Josh Gennings.
The group get their name from the dufflebag they bring onstage, containing all of the props the actors use in the show.
Each year, Dufflebag Theatre perform over 600 times worldwide. Previously, they put on shows like Robin Hood at the Shell Theatre.
"Everyone got something out of it. There was a little bit there for the kids, they were laughing and enjoying it, the action was there of course, but there's also those jokes that they toss over the kid's heads that the parents enjoy too."
The show begins at 6 p.m. on Friday (Nov.30). You can buy your tickets at the door or here.
Up next, the Best Little Newfoundland Christmas Pageant...Ever! will be hitting the Shell Theatre stage on Dec.7.