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Episode 69: Thrilling Adventure Hour
War of Two Worlds, Part 3: …

Thrilling Adventure Hour #69: War of Two Worlds, part 3: “Welcome to High Water”

A joint venture with SuperEgo. Starring Jeremy Carter, Shulie Cowen, Matt Gourley, Marc Evan Jackson, Joshua Malina, Mark McConville, Paul F. Tompkins, and Jenny Wade. Written by Ben Acker and Ben Blacker. Improvised by SuperEgo, the WorkJuice Players, and special guests. Music by James Bladon. Edited by Matt Gourley and Mark McConville.

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  1. Sarah says:

    Do you love Shulie Cowen!? BIG NEWS –

    Shulie Cowen (director of Opening Night: The Improvised Musical!) and George Caleodis will teach a beginning music improv workshop. The class will be a fun opportunity to play with music in your improv, with a focus on song structure, rhyming, and how you can use music to enhance your work.

    SHULIE COWEN has taught improv to kids, senior citizens, and everyone in between. She is a graduate of Northwestern University, a former member of The Second City National Touring Company, and a member of the original cast of the long running musical Schoolhouse Rock Live!. Shulie studied improv in Chicago at The Second City Training Center, The Annoyance Theatre and at Improv Olympic with Del Close. Shulie currently directs and performs in Opening Night: The Improvised Musical! every Friday at IO West. Movie and television credits include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Factory, You Don’t Mess With The Zohan, How I Met Your Mother, and Reno 911!.

    Ben Bromfield is a music director at the Second City Hollywood, where he teaches musical improv classes and performs regularly as an accompanist. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Ben also composes musical scores for film and television.

    Workshops are ONLY $26.50 –

  2. Todd Mason says:

    Sneaking up on the bibulous ghostbusters in my affections…

  3. Collins says:

    best so far