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 n.— «Gilstrap’s approach to teaching and acting borrows from the Second City theatrical troupe in Chicago—an improvisational technique known as “The Harold.” It involves actors making other cast members look good while on stage. It teaches selflessness.» —“Wheeler junior wins theater competition” by Paul Adkisson, Margaret George Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Ga.) Dec. 18, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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