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Teachers Lounge Mafia is putting on a holiday Stale Milk & Sour Cookies improv show to benefit United Way of the Tri-Valley Area.

The show is set for approximately 8:15 p.m. Friday, Dec. 8, at the North Church, 118 North St. in Farmington.

The content of this show is adult rated. This directly follows the Greater Franklin Food Council’s Jolly Good Night event in downtown Farmington, according to a news release from Nichole Ernest with the United Way chapter.

Teachers Lounge Mafia was formed in 2007 by Dan Ryder, Emily Pottle, Alex Kreitzman, Kyla Wheeler, Natalie Simmons and Jeff Bailey. They came together out of a desire to continue performing improv after most of them had been involved with either Mt. Blue’s Curtain Raisers or the University of Maine at Farmington’s Lawn Chair Pirates.

Their first-ever show was Stale Milk and Sour Cookies, created as a fundraiser for a local community group. As the annual tradition evolved, the group decided to turn its focus completely to an improv-driven show, and that the United Way of the Tri-Valley Area would be the exclusive benefactor, with their far-reaching programs providing support to many community members.

Event sponsors include Franklin Community Health Network and Sterling Electric.

Tickets cost $10 per person and can be purchased at the door or at uwtva.org.

For more information, call the United Way chapter at 207-778-5048.


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