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Friday April 20, 2012, 11:24am - by seantaylor

Magnet Theater
April 20, 2012

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What’s To Get Double Feature! 

What’s To Get pulls double duty this month, bookending this weekend
like old friends!  Friday at 7pm, check out our first ever “Best Of”
showcase.  We’ve collected all our favorite acts from the first 6
months into one jam packed show!
Tonight!
7pm!
Click here for more information.

The Movie Returns!

Ed Herbstman directs a group of Magnet veterans in The Movie form.
Click here for more information.

Just For Laughs: Character Audition

Watch some of New York’s funniest sketch comedians showcase their finest character comedy, vying for a spot in the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal.
Click here for more information.

MAGNET CLASSES
Camp Magnet:
Two Weeks Left to Register!

Camp Magnet returns! Our annual summer retreat is coming back for its 5th glorious year. Go camping with us in the beautiful Catskill Mountains from June 7th – June 10th. Enjoy 4 days and 3 nights of improv, outdoors, adventure, and fun with improv and writing workshops. Each day will involve improv and writing workshops, in addition to outdoor team activities such as swimming in a spring-fed lake, volleyball, basketball, hiking and biking. Evenings will be filled with improv jams, shows and late night campfires. All campers sleep in modern, well-appointed cabins equipped with electricity and a bathroom with showers. Meals are provided 3 times a day in the dining hall, and yes, we can accommodate vegetarians. All of this is cradled in the beauty of the Southern Catskills just 90 miles north of New York City. An endless sea of woods surrounds our magnificent 120-acre campground and a sensational sunset over the springs is truly a sight to behold! How can one resist such an amazing retreat?

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Magnet Theater Training Center
A system designed to turn civilians into exceptional improvisers.  Classes in improvisation lead to performances, and advanced classes lead to regular performances on our stages.  Comedy writing, storytelling, auditioning, musical improvisation, and voice classes provide opportunities for improvisers and creators to expand their comedic range, inform their creative pursuits, and have a great time while doing it.  YES
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