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Price: pay what you want
One dollar. It's enough to buy a poor child medicine, or give that child access to clean drinking water. It's enough for school supplies like books, pencils and chalk, so little Billy can learn how to read and write. It's also enough to see the best comedic improvisers in the Twin Cities do their stuff -- though the shows are pay-what-you-want, so a buck is just a baseline. And let's face it: Starving children just aren't that funny. Or are they? Actually, the talented folks who perform at the Brave New Workshop's Improv-a-Go-Go probably could make that bit work. The atmosphere is a little bit more bawdy-casual than the Brave New's usual after-show improv, so bring your adult brains and leave the little kiddies at home. A full schedule of performing groups is available online at hugetheater.com, so if you've just got to catch The Null Set, Fancypants, or Those Meddling Kids, it's best to, uh, look it up before you go-go.