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00:00 - Intro
00:34 - David Martin
10:39 - Jim O’Grady
20:43 - David Martin
21:25 - Matt Denny
34:46 - David Martin
36:10 - Jeff Heller
47:16 - David Martin
48:05 - Adam Wade
62:32 - David Martin
65:37 - Finish

The end of summer signals the beginning of school. For this month we gave our performers, as homework, the task of sharing with us their best Back to School stories. What they told us runs the gamut from being the star reporter at the college paper to passing out in Health class at the mention of the word “vagina” to heartbreak in the dorm. Enjoy!

Theme: Back to School

Nights of Our Lives Host David Martin

Jim O’Grady (twitter.com/jimog)

Matt Dennie (ucbtheatre.com)

Jeff Hiller (ucbtheatre.com)

Adam Wade (ucbtheatre.com)

Host // David Martin
Location: NYC | Host Since: 2008
David Martin has performed comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre for many years now -- some might argue too many and he…
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