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Jolly Pranksters: Popularity of Plymouth High School's improv group continues to grow

11:35 PM, Mar. 6, 2013

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If you would have asked Austin Kultgen four years ago to stand in front of a crowd of people and make them laugh, he likely would have refused.

But ever since he joined the Jolly Pranksters - Plymouth High School's comic improvisation group -he has no problem doing whatever it takes for a joke.

"Honestly, as a freshman, I was kind of one of those kids who was very timid and didn't really like standing out or talking," said Kultgen, a junior. "Then, within the first year of actually playing, I started to get out there more where I would just be willing to like yell out random stuff in a crowd. (Now) I'm ...

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