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Highland Park resident Liz Allen performs, July 28, at the Gorton Community Center in Lake Forest as part of a benefit to raise money for Stepping Stones Network. (Photos by Mairead Kahn/22nd Century Media)
Improviser TJ Jagodowski performs at the event.
Eli Fraerman, Editorial Intern
2:43 am CDT August 4, 2019

Highland Park resident Liz Allen was looking for a way to help raise money for the Lake County-based Stepping Stones Network, and decided to use her improvisational skills to do so.

The Stepping Stones Network fights against human trafficking through the organization.

The family friendly show took place at 6 p.m. on July 28, at Gorton Community Center in the John and Nancy Hughes Theater. Allen was joined by several other Chicago area improvisers with decades of experience at Second City and IO in Chicago.