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Jam On It

Old improv group yuks it up in a brand new place.

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Two months after losing its weekly performance stage at the defunct Bassa Vita, the Cleveland Jams improv troupe has resurfaced at the Powerhouse Pub in the Flats. Spokesman Don Mitri says they got a sweet deal: “We’ve doubled our space and now have more room to work.” Every Tuesday night, more than a dozen Jammers field the audience’s sketch suggestions. “It’s an improvised one-act play,” says Mitri. “But we follow the motto, I’ve got your back. No one’s going to let you feel abandoned onstage.”
Tuesdays, 8 p.m., 2007

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