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Ashland, WI
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  • Fishlicker Improv! is a Chequamegon Bay band of merrymakers and gaggle of goofballs. We come to any venue, organization, or event and help you and yours find your funny bone and the good stuff on the other side of "Yes and." Weee!!! Readers Theatre (Act Your Page) is a group of actors, directors, playwrights, and other creative types who read and explore new and classic plays on Zoom. We have lively and robust conversations around the plays and playwrights before and after the plays and maybe even dish up a little talk on theatre news and views. Whether you're a seasoned professional, or you...
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