Dad’s Garage and High Museum Team Up for Free Improv Nights

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Ever wanted a free private improv show? Come catch the Dad’s crew at Sifly Piazza at the Woodruff Arts Center this June for two nights of intimate performances.

We’re not quite sure why, but the fine folks at the High Museum of Art have asked us schmucks at Dad’s Garage to perform as part of their “Los Trompos” installation in Sifly Piazza. This installation, by designers-in-residence Héctor Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena, activates the public space around the High Museum with interactive sculptures. More than 30 larger-than-life, colorful spinning tops have been installed in the piazza, and viewers can interact with them, relax inside, or simply feel like a kid at play with the installation. To draw more visitors to this public exhibition, The High Museum has wrangled in several respectable arts organizations, as well as Dad’s Garage, for a series of public performances. Improvisers from Dad’s will do Friday evening performances on June 5 and 19.

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