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Marietta Improv Comedy Dog Days of Improv
a Comedy Improv Show
CATEGORY : COMEDY
by The Audience

COMPANY : Good Acting Studio [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Good Acting Studio [WEBSITE]
ID# 4759

SHOWING : August 02, 2015 - August 02, 2015

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Mariettas Improv Comedy takes on summer heat, summer Blockbusters, and summer love in this family friendly improv comedy show based on your suggestions! You say it? We play it!


CAST & CREW LIST
Executive Producer Michael Mario Good
Director Kathryn Allen
Director Robert Drake
Stage Manager/ Engineer Elisabeth Allen
Cast Eric Borstelmann
Cast Dylan Easley
Cast Sophie Ledden
Cast Paige Steadman
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