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'Vampires & Vanities' Oct. 27

Improvised Jane Austen's Vampires & Vanities: An Improvised Gothic Novel will take place Sunday, Oct. 27, at the McKaw Theater, 1439 W. Jarvis Ave., at 7 p.m.

The long-running, all-female comedy team will conjure a new two-act tale on the spot in the style of the 19th-century British novelist, but with a vampiric twist in the spirit of the season.

Since 2008, the ladies of Improvised Jane Austen have been in venues and events such as Playground Theater, Chemically Imbalanced Comedy, Stage 773, Bughouse Theater and Chicago Improv Festival.

Admission is $10; visit mckayarts.net.

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