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Whose line is it anyway? These high school students — participants in Canada’s national Improv Games

Josh Nash-Awanyo; Giovanna Musial; Emily Clark

The Canadian Improv Games (CIG) are often described as the Olympics of Improv. The national competition draws hundreds of high school students from across the country to participate in improv games that challenge the participants to think on their feet in front of a panel of judges at the National Arts Centre.

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