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Youth and Teen Comedy Improv Show actors and actresses (left to right) Sascha Braide, Keller Lehmkuhl, Joshua Kofsky and Lord Cotson create an oracle and give their March 10 audience advice during the show at Malibu City Hall. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
(Left to right) Holly Brown, Lincoln Raju-Johnson and Ashlyn Kunerth perform in the improv game “New Choice,” one of several skits performed March 10 in Malibu’s Youth and Teen Comedy Improv Show.
Young Actors Project improv performers (left to right) Elijah Braide, Eden Meyers and Balian Jones play the improv game “Growing and Shrinking.”
(Left to right) Elizabeth Kushner, Mission IMPROVable actor Byron Kennerly and Noah Craig improvise a scene in Starbucks during the game “Half-Life.”
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
10:48 am PDT March 14, 2017

Nothing is quite so fun as starting the weekend with a group of excited middle and high school students waiting for their classmates and friends to perform an improv show. 

On Friday, March 10, the Young Actors Project and the City of Malibu hosted a Youth and Teen Comedy Improv Show at Malibu City Hall’s Civic Theater.

Once again, Young Actors Project Executive Director Shoshana Kuttner, who has offered youth acting programs in Malibu for more than a decade, worked her magic.