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Friday, October 08, 2010
What You Missed: RISK! Dreams


RISK! is a show (ECNY Award-winning show for Best Variety Show!) where people tell true stories they never thought they’d dare to share, live on stage. Featuring some of the brightest actors, writers and comedians around, Kevin Allison kicked of his inaugural show last week at 92YTribeca with Emily Gould, Kurt Braunohler, Matt Higgins and Joe Mande (seen above). Catch the next show in the series on October 14 with RISK! In Harm’s Way.

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