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Get Your Funny On: Chloe + College Improv

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Before she got famous as Chloe on 24,
Mary Lynn Rajskub (pronounced rice-cub) was known as a quirky-funny character actress and all-around comedian. She's getting back to her roots with her new show The Complications of Purchasing a Poodle Pillow, which she performs every Sunday evening for the rest of the month at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood.

WHEN: Sundays at 8:00 p.m. through April
WHERE: Steve Allen Theater at the Center For Inquiry - West
4773 Hollywood Blvd (2 blocks West of Vermont)
COST: $10

Also happening this weekend is The 4th Annual Fracas!, a collegiate improv festival taking place at USC. Watch oddly named comedy troupes from around the country battle each other to for title of America's Funniest Kidz. The festival will also feature performances by seasoned improvisors from The Groundlings, UCB, ImprovOlympic, MadTV, ComedySportz and more.

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WHEN: Thurs., April 12- Sun., April 14, 2007
WHERE: Ground Zero Performance Café - on the USC campus, between Marks Hall, Trojan Hall and KSCR.
Taper Hall of Humanities - located on the USC campus; most workshops take place here