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Comedy Notes

Politics take center stage in trio's show at Passim

From left: Evil doers Baratunde Thurston, Jeff Kreisler, and Myq Kaplan. From left: Evil doers Baratunde Thurston, Jeff Kreisler, and Myq Kaplan.
By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / September 26, 2008

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Jeff Kreisler is a bit of an optimist. The Amherst native, organizer of Sunday's Comedy Against Evil show at Club Passim, is a political comic, which means he is also skeptical by nature. That optimist/skeptic split explains a lot about Kreisler's view of his job - the nature of speaking truth to power is that power doesn't have to listen. (Full article: 746 words)

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