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The History of Sketch Comedy

Keegan-Michael Key and Elle Key’s The History of Sketch Comedy is a wonderful soup-to-nuts compendium of everything sketch.

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Review of ‘The History of Sketch Comedy’

The prolific and hilarious Keegan-Michael Key—known for his work in “Key & Peele,” “Mad TV,” “Schmigadoon!” and as President Obama’s “anger translator”—shares his passion and enthusiasm for sketch comedy in the aptly titled The History of Sketch Comedy: A Journey Through the Art and Craft of Humor, co-authored with his wife, film producer Elle Key.

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