Tonight in Austin Improv: Sunday, February 28

COLDTOWNE THEATER:
5:00 – Level 4 and 5 student showcases – $5
7:00 – Level 6 student showcase – $5
8:30 – Stool Pigeon – $5
10:00 – Sunday Improv Jam – $Free
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HIDEOUT THEATRE:
2:00 – Flying Theater Machine – $5
8:00 – The Weekender, feat. Bad Font, Gigglepants, and Squirrel Buddies – $5
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THE INSTITUTION THEATER:
8:00 – The Rubber Room, feat. open jam and faculty show – $Free
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THE NEW MOVEMENT THEATER:
7:00 – School Night, feat. student showcases and faculty show – $5
8:00 – Beta – $5
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FACT OF THE DAY: The first recorded instance of a villain tying a protagonist to a railroad track came in the 1867 play “Under the Gaslight” by Augustin Daly. In the original instance, it was the hero who was tied up, and the heroine who came to rescue him. Future iterations reversed the gender roles.

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