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Professor Robert Rosen's students using masks and techniques they learned in five weeks in his class recently performed in a creative collaboration for packed houses and wow'em.
Thematically centered around the idea of evolution, the performance was lighthearted and humorous with students" pretending to be animals, people and everything in between" reported MnDaily's Sarah Harper, who concluded this "grand tradition of script-less, narrative-less improvisation-fueled vignette-centric productions " proved intriguing and highly creative.


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