Needs Improvment’s annual charity show went up on Jan. 6 in the Roberts-Dubbs Auditorium. The troop collected canned food for the Brookline Food Pantry. This year’s show featured over 10 improvisation games. Some notable scenes were “you know what I hate,” a game in which the actors each describe something they hate in a humorous manner, and a skit at the end entitled “goon river,” in which junior Jake Gonella played someone striving to be gangster rapper. In addition to the canned goods, the event raised over $700.
(Photo gallery courtesy of Tami Gabriely and Nainika Grover of the BHS photo club)