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Most Continuously Innovative Improv Troupe: Parallelogramophonograph

Most Continuously Innovative Improv Troupe: Parallelogramophonograph
PHOTO BY John Anderson

Parallelogramophonograph shares a history that spans six years, 450 shows, a B. Iden Payne award, and a monthlong run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. With that much “yes, and” being volleyed around, one might expect to see occasional repetition in their shows. Not Pgraph. With a range that spans French farce to GRIMM, film noir to period dramas, this funny foursome brings fresh insight into their organic narrative improv that moves audiences (and each other) to feel like it's their first time, every time.

The Hideout Theatre
617 Congress, 512/443-3688
www.hideouttheatre.com

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