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The word "comedy" is thousands of years old. Greeks and Romans used the word comedy to describe stage-plays with happy endings. Later it became synonymous with a performance that causes laughter. Hear modern-day comedians Vivian Alford and Alyssa Barnett-Schoot in their comedic debut at the library. Alford is a killer stand-up comedian who has performed at the Punchline, Funny Farm and Relapse Theatre. For more than 15 years, Barnett-Schoot has been entertaining audiences all over the Southeast in comedy clubs.