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Saugus High School improv gets some laughs

Posted: September 19, 2010 10:43 p.m.
Updated: September 20, 2010 4:55 a.m.
 Katie Woodmansee, left, leaps into the arms of Joe Veliz as the improve a scene at the “We Got Scissors” improv show on Thursday.  Katie Woodmansee, left, leaps into the arms of Joe Veliz as the improve a scene at the “We Got Scissors” improv show on Thursday.
Katie Woodmansee, left, leaps into the arms of Joe Veliz as the improve a scene at the “We Got Scissors” improv show on Thursday.
Saugus High students Becky Allen, left, and Avery Rodriguez play a bank robber and cop who fall in love during a robbery as two students off stage dub their actions at the “We Got Scissors” improv show. Saugus High students Becky Allen, left, and Avery Rodriguez play a bank robber and cop who fall in love during a robbery as two students off stage dub their actions at the “We Got Scissors” improv show.
Saugus High students Becky Allen, left, and Avery Rodriguez play a bank robber and cop who fall in love during a robbery as two students off stage dub their actions at the “We Got Scissors” improv show.
Saugus High School, students back row from left, Aiden O’Connor, Joe Veliz, Shane Ross, front row from left, Vaneh Assadourian, Avery Rodriguez and Katie Woodmansee get attitude as they wait their turn to improvise in a barber shop setting at the “We Got Scissors” improv show held before a packed house in the Saugus High School multipurpose theater room on Thursday night. Saugus High School, students back row from left, Aiden O’Connor, Joe Veliz, Shane Ross, front row from left, Vaneh Assadourian, Avery Rodriguez and Katie Woodmansee get attitude as they wait their turn to improvise in a barber shop setting at the “We Got Scissors” improv show held before a packed house in the Saugus High School multipurpose theater room on Thursday night.
Saugus High School, students back row from left, Aiden O’Connor, Joe Veliz, Shane Ross, front row from left, Vaneh Assadourian, Avery Rodriguez and Katie Woodmansee get attitude as they wait their turn to improvise in a barber shop setting at the “We Got Scissors” improv show held before a packed house in the Saugus High School multipurpose theater room on Thursday night.
Saugus High School students Jacob Thomson, left, and Josh Clark read a suggestion for a new line to be added to a scene as they improvise in a game called pocket lines at the “We Got Scissors” improv show. Saugus High School students Jacob Thomson, left, and Josh Clark read a suggestion for a new line to be added to a scene as they improvise in a game called pocket lines at the “We Got Scissors” improv show.
Saugus High School students Jacob Thomson, left, and Josh Clark read a suggestion for a new line to be added to a scene as they improvise in a game called pocket lines at the “We Got Scissors” improv show.
Ashley Veurink, center left, and Chelsea Cox laugh as they watch the “We Got Scissors” improv show on Thursday night. Ashley Veurink, center left, and Chelsea Cox laugh as they watch the “We Got Scissors” improv show on Thursday night.
Ashley Veurink, center left, and Chelsea Cox laugh as they watch the “We Got Scissors” improv show on Thursday night.
Saugus High School students Kaylin Mahoney, left, and Joe Veliz run from a shark as they improvise a scene in an improv game called switch genre at the “We Got Scissors” improv show held before a packed house in the Saugus High School multipurpose theater room on Thursday night. Saugus High School students Kaylin Mahoney, left, and Joe Veliz run from a shark as they improvise a scene in an improv game called switch genre at the “We Got Scissors” improv show held before a packed house in the Saugus High School multipurpose theater room on Thursday night.
Saugus High School students Kaylin Mahoney, left, and Joe Veliz run from a shark as they improvise a scene in an improv game called switch genre at the “We Got Scissors” improv show held before a packed house in the Saugus High School multipurpose theater room on Thursday night.
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