Tonight in Austin Improv: Friday, November 28

COLDTOWNE THEATER:
7:00 – Movie Riot and Patio Talk
8:30 – Collective Alibi and Bad Boys
10:00 – Live at ColdTowne (stand-up)

THE HIDEOUT THEATRE:
7:30 – 2×4, feat. 20 Years and Counting, Northward, ODD, and Rachel & Dave
8:00 – The Big Bash
10:00 – Pgraph Presents, feat. Simply D-Vine and Parallelogramophonograph

THE INSTITUTION THEATER:
8:00 – Comedy Dance Camp (sketch)
10:00 – Improv Anonymous (FREE)

THE NEW MOVEMENT THEATER:
7:30 – TNM Talks
9:00 – Plugged: Shinebox Showcase (stand-up)

SALVAGE VANGUARD THEATER:
10:00 – RhinoDino (FREE)

FACT OF THE DAY: Thanksgiving is a national holiday largely due to the efforts of Sarah Josepha Hale, the American author who wrote “Mary Had a Little Lamb.” Beginning in 1846, she wrote letters to five consecutive US presidents petitioning for the holiday, which until then was celebrated only by some northeastern states on various days. Abraham Lincoln was persuaded to support the idea, and in 1863 it became the third national holiday (after Independence Day and Washington’s birthday).

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