Improv, and lots of it, for a good cause

It’s happened to all of us: you’re still up at 2:30 am and you think, “if only there was an improv show I could go to right now. And if there was some way that going to that show would help give Christmas presents to needy kids, that’d be perfect.” Well, tonight is the one night of the year that dream can come true. Second City is doing their third annual 24-hour marathon of improv to provide holiday presents for needy children. The show starts at 8:30 pm tonight (December 21, 2004) and runs until 8:30 pm tomorrow night.

A core group of improvisors, including Second City performers Dan Bakkedahl, Joe Canale, Andy Cobb, Shelly Gossman, Pete Grosz, Paul Grondy, TJ Jagodowski, Mick Napier, Pat O

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