As you know, I’m a huge supporter of the Richmond Comedy Coalition. RCC performs at least two shows a month and last Thursday they presented one of their strongest shows to date. I say that selfishly but I think I can back it up. On the selfish point, my intro improv class, Roman Love, taught by David Pijor (along with another advance class), performed a free show before the RCC house show. I must say, we did awesome! Great job Roman Love! Following Class Action, the pros took to the stage. Starting the night off was ManlyMan (pictured), a musical comedy duo, created and performed by Caitlin Carbone and Erin Adelman. They were fantastic! A mix between Flight of the Conchords and the famous SNL skit, The Culp Family. They really put on a hilarious performance. They were followed by the newest RCC house team, Karate Practice. You can really see KP coming together as a team. They get stronger every time out. The night ended with the elder RCC House team performing Laugh Track. Inspired by music from my classmate Kristen Kirkley’s ipod. The RCC house team is legit (and really funny). I must give a sad so long to Mandy Butler, who is moving away from RVA. If you missed her perform with the RCC, you missed improv talent at its best. Hopefully, she we perform again on return trips to RVA. All in all, a great night – I have a feeling that the talent of the RCC is just gong to keep getting stronger….So go check them out! Click Here to see all my pictures from a great night.