Tonight in Austin Improv: Thursday, April 2

COLDTOWNE THEATER:
8:30 – Austin Translation (preview show) (sketch)
10:00 – Waterbed with Mac Blake (variety)
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THE HIDEOUT THEATRE:
8:00 – The Threefer, feat. Character Explosion, GALACTIC, and Field Day
10:00 – The Free Fringe, feat. Arjet Universe
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THE NEW MOVEMENT THEATER:
7:30 – Student Union, feat. Ollie & Chris
8:30 – Lights Up!, feat. House Trained and Moonsault
9:30 – Block Party (stand-up)
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FACT OF THE DAY: Take a number (e.g. 57), reverse its digits (75), and add the two (132). Typically after the first, second, or third iteration of this process, you’ll arrive at a palindrome number (e.g. 132+231 = 363). This fact is true for all small numbers, until you reach 196, where the iterations continue indefinitely, with no palindrome number forming. This process been automated by computer and created a number that is over 400 million digits long, but is still not a palindrome. This makes 196 the smallest number believed to be a so-called “Lychrel number.”

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