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Created and hosted by [[Shannon Manning]], an independent improv show that was held at the [[Parkside Lounge]].  The most recent incarnation was from 2003-2004, at which time Drinkytown passed the Wednesday night reins to [[Ash Wednesday]].
 
Created and hosted by [[Shannon Manning]], an independent improv show that was held at the [[Parkside Lounge]].  The most recent incarnation was from 2003-2004, at which time Drinkytown passed the Wednesday night reins to [[Ash Wednesday]].
  
Drinkytown generally featured 2-3 improv groups.  One regular show was the politically-inspired [[Red All Over]].  Another was the rotating-case of experienced improvisors organized by [[Terry Jinn]] known as [[Uno]], which was a precursor to [[The Project]].
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Drinkytown generally featured 2-3 improv groups.  One regular show was the politically-inspired [[Red All Over]].  Another was the rotating cast of experienced improvisors organized by [[Terry Jinn]] known as [[Uno]], which was a precursor to [[The Project]].
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Drinkytown also hosted weekend drop-in improv workshops.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:35, 12 November 2008

Created and hosted by Shannon Manning, an independent improv show that was held at the Parkside Lounge. The most recent incarnation was from 2003-2004, at which time Drinkytown passed the Wednesday night reins to Ash Wednesday.

Drinkytown generally featured 2-3 improv groups. One regular show was the politically-inspired Red All Over. Another was the rotating cast of experienced improvisors organized by Terry Jinn known as Uno, which was a precursor to The Project.

Drinkytown also hosted weekend drop-in improv workshops.


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