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Improv Incubator

Wondering what was going on inside Lady Gaga’s egg shaped incubation capsule at the Grammys? Well, I doubt an improv class was in session, but Penn State can cover all your incubation needs this week with the Improv Incubator. It’s a weekly improv meeting focused on developing your ability to “wing it.” There’s only one rule: Have a smashing good time.

On this week’s agenda is the “Winprov Wincubator,” a winning combination of improvisational skills and a venue to encourage their growth. The meeting will be held this Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in 103 Willard.

Who’s welcome? Everyone. Maybe you thought you could out-wit Colin Mochrie on “Who’s Line is it Anyway,” or maybe you think the only funny bone in your body is your elbow. Either way, it’s irrelevant. The Improv Incubator is about letting yourself go and letting the creative juices flow.

According to their Facebook page, “Improv is the top skill when it comes to surviving on a desert island.” Spring breaker’s beware, this class may save your life.

I’ll see you there.

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