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Ryan Stiles returns to Richmond Feb. 21

Richmond-raised Ryan Stiles is returning to his hometown. -
Richmond-raised Ryan Stiles is returning to his hometown.
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Comedian, actor and former carrier of The Richmond Review Ryan Stiles will be at River Rock Show Theatre next Friday for a sold out Whose Live Anyway? show.

The show first appeared in 1999 at Vancouver's Queen Elizabeth Theatre for two sold-out dates. Based on the former TV series Whose Line Is It Anyway? the improv show features Stiles—who grew up in Richmond—and comics Greg Proops, Joel Murray and Jeff Davis.

Audiences are in for 90 minutes of improvised comedy and song—all based on audience suggestions.

The Feb. 21 show begins at 8 p.m.

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