DSI Comedy founder and artistic director Zach Ward asks improv students Zena Cardman, left, of Carrboro and Nathania Johnson of Raleigh to close their eyes and visualize the scenario in this 2014 file photo.
DSI Comedy founder and artistic director Zach Ward asks improv students Zena Cardman, left, of Carrboro and Nathania Johnson of Raleigh to close their eyes and visualize the scenario in this 2014 file photo. Staff photo File photo
DSI Comedy founder and artistic director Zach Ward asks improv students Zena Cardman, left, of Carrboro and Nathania Johnson of Raleigh to close their eyes and visualize the scenario in this 2014 file photo. Staff photo File photo

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