Rigo poses at the cashier desk.
Nick Offerman looks over the crowd as he performs one of his improv monologues.
Annually, The Immediate Gratification Players, an improv group, recognizes a comedian by honoring them as the IGP Player of the Year. Nick Offerman follows a legacy of other famous actors, such as Jeff Garlin and, most recently, Keegan-Michael Key.
Quincy House served as one of the voting locations for the Cambridge Municipal election on Tuesday.
The Cambridge Municipal Election draws to a close outside of a Salvation Army in Central Cambridge on Tuesday evening.
Alistair A. Debling ’16, director of the upcoming FEED, an “original multimedia performance complete with choral text, intense physicality, live music and immersive projections,” rehearses a scene with actors Yilun Li ’19 and Victoria Goodhart.
Matthew Goodkin-Gold ’19 and Tucker Flodman ’19 triumphantly receive each other after their first performance with the Immediate Gratification Players in the Science Center on Friday evening.
Adam Wong ’17 shows off his pearly whites while Mike Skerrett ’18 and Nicky Hirschhorn ’16 gaze in horror.
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