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The Wooden Breeks, by Glen Berger
breek-a-mouse!
Friday, April 26, 2002
5.0
slam bang pow! what a show. this has everything from adultery to death, and damn! lightning actually crashes on stage. the actor's express is actually a bullet train speeding towards your head! look out, you might be decapitated by the lofty dialogue. your guts will be turned inside out by the inner turmoil! go SEE IT! or else you might wake up to find yourself....DEAD!~

Long Johns Long Form Comedy Improvisation, by Long Johns Ensemble
pretty fairly okay improv - and i'm in it
Friday, April 26, 2002
4.0
this show is what you've been waiting for if you want to dig in to long form-type improv. the performances are only 30 to 40 minutes long, and its casual style is reminiscent of the park bench years of improv as seen in chicago back in the late 1890's. enjoy!

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