Entertainment

Meddling Kids take over stage

By June 13, 2011

THOSE MEDDLING KIDS Sara Ashley Beil, Sarah Jessica Bennett and Tomasina Tallerico, front row left to right, along with Ken Carter, Christopher Celestin, Coco Nakase and Kyle Sanderson, back row left to right, make up everything on the spot. You'll never know what to expect on the Sutter Street Theatre stage. Photo by Allen Schmeltz

THOSE MEDDLING KIDS Sara Ashley Beil, Sarah Jessica Bennett and Tomasina Tallerico, front row left to right, along with Ken Carter, Christopher Celestin, Coco Nakase and Kyle Sanderson, back row left to right, make up everything on the spot. You'll never know what to expect on the Sutter Street Theatre stage. Photo by Allen Schmeltz

Sutter Street Theatre invites everyone to come watch new local improv group Those Meddling Kids where everything is made up on the spot.

“We all love improv and they’re a very talented and funny group of people,” said Christopher Celestin, the founder of the group. “We look forward to opening the show at Sutter Street Theatre and, if things go well, we hope to be performing more and more.”

Celestin, a, 18-year-old home-schooled student, is joined on stage by Sara Ashley Beil, 17, from Granite Bay High; Sarah Jessica Bennett, 16, from El Dorado High; Ken Carter, 20, from CSU Chico; Coco Nakase, 17, from Granite Bay High; Kyle Sanderson, 15, from Ponderosa High; and Tomasina Tallerico, 15, from Granite Bay High.

Those Meddling Kids will perform at Sutter Street Theatre. 717 Sutter Street in Folsom, at 1 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, July 2-17.

Tickets are $5. For reservations call (916) 353-1001.

This show is recommended for a PG-13 audience.

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