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RAWR II Will Bring the Funny

Way back in January 2010, Penn State’s Full Ammo Improv Troupe organized a legendary comedy event: RAWR, a festival dedicated to bringing great improv comedy to Penn State.

Now, after three years and countless Sunday night shows in Forum, it’s happening again.

This Saturday’s event covers over five straight hours of comedy, featuring groups from regional colleges like Ohio State and the University of Delaware, as well as competing teams on the Upright Citizen’s Brigade. Penn State alums feature on several of the teams, which further fuels the competition.

The event’s organizers promise an after party with several bands, so if it’s anything like the first RAWR, a good time is sure to be had by all.

The full comedy schedule is listed below:

2:00pm – Full Ammo Improv Troupe
2:30pm – Godprov
2:35pm – Fishbowl Improv – Ohio State University
3:05pm – Godprov
3:10pm – Johnny Cash Money
3:40pm – Rocky Vee
4:10pm – Godprov

4:15pm – Intermission

5:30pm – Rubber Chickens – University of Delaware
6:00pm – City Mouse
6:30pm – Graceland
7:00pm – Bumbershoot
8:00pm – Greasy Lake
9:00pm – Full Ammo Alumni

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Alex Federman

Alex is a Senior at Penn State who enjoys watching movies and television shows (probably a bit too much). He's a Film/Video major, with a Spanish minor.

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