Student improv group packs 'em in with weekly Baker show

Foglia, Katie
October 2012
Athens News;10/22/2012, p12
The article reports that the OU Improv, an improvisational comedy group from the Ohio University (OU), performs for free every Thursday at the Baker Center Theater of OU. It informs about an event entitled "Six Black Pencils," organized by OU Improv and Blue Pencil Comedy, a stand-up comedy organization, where each comedian performed a five-minute act on different topics. Several stand-up comedians of the U.S. also participated in the event including Zach Coleman, Joe Skyrm and Caz Finnegan.


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