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It's a comedy Wasteland in Cambridge

Posted by Joan Charlotte Matelli November 9, 2007 12:57 PM

But we mean that in a good way.

If you're feeling a little introspective, or even having a full-blown identity crisis, maybe you just need a good laugh. Head down to Inman Square, where ImprovBoston presents The Wasteland Comedy Hour, a post-modern variety show hosted by T.S. Eliot.

Tonight, just for all you navel-gazers out there, the show is on the Topic of The Self, with videos, sketches, music and guest interviews. Looks like someone's self is feeling not-so-fresh.


There's a new installment each Friday through mid-December, with upcoming topics such as Intimacy, Money, The System, and War & Aggression. But tonight it's all about you, you, you!

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