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FREE Improv All Night at the PIT

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The PIT recently became a trend setter. They moved their theater out of the improv district to the east side. Their new space is huge–not only is the theater itself huge, but their waiting room is now a spacious, full size bar. And even more exciting, there are six FREE shows for you to see on Wednesday nights.

The performers range from PIT house teams and faculty to randomly selected teams performing five to seven minute scenes. The shows start on the hour, every hour starting at 6pm, so you can run out of work and watch the first one, and still make it to happy hour. Or you can take a quick nap and stumble over later in the night. Either way, it’ll be a funny show.

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FREE Shows at the PIT
123 East 24th Street between Park and Lexington [Manhattan]
Wednesday nights
6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm, 11pm

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