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Preventing Harassment and Discrimination in Your Improv Theater

In case you didn’t already know, The Improv Network is made possible by a handful of passionate improvisers who I’m honored to work with. We each have our own lives around the country, and we do our best to set aside some time every month to maintain and grow our little site. Occasionally, we hear read on

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There is no euphemism suitable for the end of Amy Louise Sebelius’ life. Early in the morning on November 24th, our Amy Lou died. While filled with love, her death was the only somber part of her life. The rest was technicolor. Amy Louise Sebelius, Amy Lou, was a goddamned firefly wrapped in a rainbow read on

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