Imagine you're in a 1940's radio station, everything's live, there are no retakes, and to make things worse...no script! That is the dilemma facing this remarkable troupe of comedians as lines pile on lines, gags on gags, doors open and close with uncontrolled, unscripted and uncensored timing. Improv comedy is one of the most difficult kinds of theater. Done broadly it dies, played with reserve it just bleeds. Anyone who attempts this time honored form of entertainment has to know their business. Fortunately under the company direction of Stan Morse, the Liquid Radio Players proves triumphant in their knowledge of the art.