10/10: Something Dada 15th Anniversary



Call them the Little Improv Troupe That Could. In 15 years, Something Dada built their own home in a Warehouse District basement after a period living as nomads, got evicted and became nomads again before settling into a new home in the Tower Press Building (1900 Superior Ave.). They outlasted the mighty Second City’s foray into Cleveland and numerous other attempts at creating local troupes. They’ve graduated dozens of alums over the years but still feature original member Russ Stich in the seven-member ensemble. And they perform almost every Friday and Saturday, year-round. They’ll be celebrating their anniversary with a special show at 8 tonight. Tickets are $15 advance, $20 at the door. Call 216.696.4242 or go to somethingdada.com for more info. — Anastasia Pantsios

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