Tonight in Austin Improv: Sunday, February 11

THE ZACH THEATRE:
8:00 – Merlin Works Second Sundays, feat. student showcase, Girls Girls Girls, and The Known Wizards – $10
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616 LAVACA:
6:00 – Student Union – $Free
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COLDTOWNE THEATER:
7:00 – Level 6 student showcase – $Free
8:30 – Stool Pigeon – $Free
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THE HIDEOUT THEATRE:
11:00 – Hideout Kids – $5
8:00 – The Weekender, feat. Level 3, 4, and 5 student showcases – $5
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THE INSTITUTION THEATER:
6:00 – The Rubber Room open jam & faculty show – $Free
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FACT OF THE DAY: Lining up is a modern Western invention. Its first historical description was Thomas Carlyle’s “The French Revolution,” where he described “long strings of purchasers, arranged in tail, so that the first come be the first served.” Preceding the 2012 Beijing Olympics, there was a public information campaign to educate the Chinese public on queueing at bus stops.

Kevin’s been making stuff up for 40 years, 17 of them as a part of the Austin improv community. He teaches at Merlin Works. He runs the AIC Facebook group and nightly theater listings.

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