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Something Dada Says Bye Bye 

When: Sat., April 2 2011

Cleveland's longest-running improvisational comedy troupe bids farewell to its current home in the Tower Press Building tonight with a blowout show, accompanied by drinks, apps, and what troupe members assure us will be "fabulous" door prizes. (Then again, these are folks who can stare at their hands and pretend it's apple pie.) Despite the occasional homeless dude staring through the windows, veteran member and general manager Russel Stich says the troupe has always enjoyed the Tower Press location. Now, though, they'll be taking their show on the road, with plans to reach out to the community with performances in various venues around town. Besides the usual 90 minutes of improvised zaniness, tonight's show is a chance for cast and fans to share 16 years' worth of funny stories and warm memories. Doors open at 8, the show starts at 9, and a post-show reception at Becky's Bar & Grill will follow. Tickets are $15 and can be snagged at the door, by phone at 216-696-4242, or at The Tower Press is at 1900 Superior Ave. — Cicora


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