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Starkey & Grace is a twoprov show featuring [[Nate Starkey]] and [[Chris Grace]]. They have performed together monthly since 2005. They were encouraged to create a two-man improv show by former PIT Artistic Director [[Neil Van Kerkhove]]. Their show currently takes place at the PIT on the last Sunday of every month.
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Starkey & Grace is a twoprov show featuring [[Nate Starkey]] and [[Chris Grace]]. They performed together monthly from 2005 to 2013. They were encouraged to create a two-man improv show by former PIT Artistic Director [[Neil Van Kerkhove]].
  
 
They were once interviewed by Robert Krullwich for the NPR show Radiolab on the subject of laughter. They gave a brilliantly insightful interview, so good that it was never used in the actual program that was broadcast.
 
They were once interviewed by Robert Krullwich for the NPR show Radiolab on the subject of laughter. They gave a brilliantly insightful interview, so good that it was never used in the actual program that was broadcast.
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Starkey & Grace is a twoprov show featuring Nate Starkey and Chris Grace. They performed together monthly from 2005 to 2013. They were encouraged to create a two-man improv show by former PIT Artistic Director Neil Van Kerkhove.

They were once interviewed by Robert Krullwich for the NPR show Radiolab on the subject of laughter. They gave a brilliantly insightful interview, so good that it was never used in the actual program that was broadcast.