With all of its gods, wars and monsters, ancient mythology is the perfect source material for improvisational storytelling. And Chicago's Under the Gun Theater has it covered with Improvised Mythology, a totally created-on-the-spot show that starts with the performers asking the audience for a question about nature. (Example: Why is the ocean so large?) The mythical story and world they create in response is likely to contain intense emotion, vivid enchantments, fantastical journeys and violent twists. It's an exciting adventure in performance and storytelling that ends with an answer to the question that started it all off. Director Ric Walker and the talented cast at Under the Gun will turn the query into a myth that's sure to be told and retold for generations to come.