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  • Veterans use improv classes to gain confidence back in civilian life

    Metro - 05/08/2017

    Before Andrew McCarty went into the military, he was involved in theater and improv troupes. He had no problem standing in front of hundreds of people and doing something silly to make them laugh.

    Now, he’s turning back to improv as a way to help both himself and other veterans improve their communication skills through a partnership between Northeastern University and Boston’s Improv Asylum.

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