Tonight in Austin Improv: Friday, March 13

AUSTIN’S PARK AND PIZZA:
7:00 – The Comedy Spartans
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COLDTOWNE THEATER:
7:00 – Cops & Robbers and Movie Riot
8:30 – Crepes Suzette and Bad Boys
10:00 – Live at ColdTowne (stand-up)
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THE INSTITUTION THEATER:
8:00 – Jukebox Heroes
10:00 – Hurly Burly
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THE NEW MOVEMENT THEATER:
7:30 – The Neighborhood
9:00 – Impressionable: Based on a True Boyfriend (solo sketch)
10:30 – Plugged: Stoned vs. Drunk vs. Sober (stand-up)
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FACT OF THE DAY: “Rock and roll” originally referred to the normal movement aboard an oceangoing ship. In the early 20th century it was used as a euphemism for sex and to describe the spiritual fervor of black church revivals. In the 1940s it began to be used in musical contexts before being used to describe an entire genre by Cleveland DJ Alan Freed in 1951.

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