Paul Limebrook (second from left) with his improv team, Yahkey, currently performing at The Clubhouse in Los Angeles. Limebrook hopes to perform in the Upright Citizens Brigade theatre, which he said would be like moving up from the minor to the major league.
Paul Limebrook (second from left) with his improv team, Yahkey, currently performing at The Clubhouse in Los Angeles. Limebrook hopes to perform in the Upright Citizens Brigade theatre, which he said would be like moving up from the minor to the major league. Submitted Photo
Paul Limebrook (second from left) with his improv team, Yahkey, currently performing at The Clubhouse in Los Angeles. Limebrook hopes to perform in the Upright Citizens Brigade theatre, which he said would be like moving up from the minor to the major league. Submitted Photo

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