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Something Dada Turns 16 

When: Sat., Oct. 16 2010

Cleveland has seen a lot of improv groups come and go, including a branch of Chicago's mighty Second City. But Something Dada, a sextet of quick-witted actor-comedians, keeps chugging along. In 16 years, many members have passed through and moved on to seed other comedy and theatrical efforts in Cleveland and elsewhere (company manager Russ Stich is the only original member). Each year on its anniversary, the group brings back as many former members as possible, and tonight's Sweet 16 is no exception. Doors open at 8 p.m. for old friends to catch up with each other and for audience members to mingle with the cast over refreshments. The show — as always, skits based on audience suggestions — starts at 9 p.m. Afterward you can join the cast in a trip over to Becky's Bar and Grille (1762 East 18th St.) to unwind. The reception and show take place in the Wooltex Gallery at the Tower Press Building (1900 Superior Ave.). Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day of show. The last two anniversary shows have sold out, so it would be wise to script your own ticket-buying plans through somethingdada.com. — Pantsios

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