50 Shades of Grape then came in fifth, so they moved onto the next level of competition. When adjudicated that evening by Connor and his co – adjudicator, the pair said Central “are a very strong team (…) They don’t need structures.”
On Friday February 14th 2014, Barrie Central’s 50 Shades of Grape again competed, against 4 other teams, at Nottawasaga Pines at 7:30pm. The competition was fierce, fun, and full of laughs and support.
“The improv community is just so supportive of each other. There’s a lot of love and kindness,” said one of the members of Central's team. 50 Shades of Grape now hope they can make it to the finals.