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Improv Fridays

a Comedy Improv Show
CATEGORY : COMEDY IMPROV
by Various

COMPANY : 2nd Base Comedy [WEBSITE]
COMPANY : BRIC Players [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Blank Stage Art Space
ID# 602

SHOWING : October 11, 2002 - January 31, 2003

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Two of Atlanta's most talented improv troupes share a room on Friday nights at Atlanta's newest performance space, the Blank Stage.

Every Friday night at 8pm, join 2nd Base Improv and/or the BRIC Players as they twist, turn and spelunk through completely improvised scenes based on your suggestions.

The shows alternate every week: sometimes you'll get 2nd Base, sometimes you'll get the BRIC Players, and sometimes you'll get both in an improv competition where they decide who will win The Broken Fan of Improv Justice!

Fridays at 8pm. $10 admission.


CAST & CREW LIST
BRIC Player Chrissie Bielinski
BRIC Player Eric Carsten
BRIC Player Robert Cass
BRIC Player Ryan Jay Colosa Lucas
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