Tonight in Austin Improv: Saturday, February 20

COLDTOWNE THEATER:
10:00 am – What’s the Story, Steve? – $Pay what you want
7:00 – A Brief History of Magic (sketch) – $5
8:30 – Express Yourself – $10
10:00 – The Frank Mills and Midnight Society – $5
11:15 – Play by Play – $5
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THE HIDEOUT THEATRE:
6:00 – 183 Dewberry Lane – $7
8:00 – Savage Swords – $12
10:00 – Maestro – $12
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THE INSTITUTION THEATER:
8:00 – Will You Be My Tinderella? – $10
8:00 – Saturday Night Tightrope: Tom Booker’s Birthday Bash, feat. Channel 2, Reverb, and Award Winner – $Free
10:00 – Highly Suggestible – $5
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THE NEW MOVEMENT THEATER:
7:30 – The Barnyard Brothers Variety Show (variety) – $5
9:00 – Loyle Comedy presents Up in Smoke (sketch) – $10
10:30 – The Megaphone Show – $5
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FACT OF THE DAY: Hold music was invented by accident in a New York factory when a loose telephone wire touched a steel girder, which acted as an antenna and picked up the signal from a local radio station. As a result, any caller who was on hold heard the station rather than silence. The factory owner, Albert Levy, reverse-engineered the system and patented it in 1962.

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