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A Night of Improv!

a Improvised Theatre
CATEGORY : COMEDY


COMPANY : Act 3 Productions [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Act 3 Playhouse [WEBSITE]
ID# 4506

SHOWING : October 19, 2013 - October 19, 2013

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

2 Shows:
Youth Improv Troupe, directed by Liane LeMaster 7 p.m.
Our talented troupe of 12-18 year old improvisers will present family-friendly improv games. Enthusiastic participation is encouraged! A great way to introduce young children to live performance.
Tickets $5 (under 12), $8 (students, seniors), $10 (adults)
Stay for Banshee show for only $5 (not recommended for children!)

Banshee Improve Troupe now under the direction of Jamie Ward, 9:30 p.m.
Wikipedia claims that Banshees appear most commonly as "ugly, frightening hags" or "stunningly beautiful women." We are proud to say, we can play both.

Come watch us punch improv in the face (lovingly)!
All tickets $10

For tickets visit www.act3productions.org


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