Atlanta's had a healthy, lively improv scene for so long that it can support some unusual, creative variations on the off-the-cuff comedy style. THE DOUG DANK PROJECT, held Wednesdays at PushPush Theater, offers a breezy showcase for long-form improv while strengthening its connections to nontheatrical Atlanta. A study in “monology” inspired by mythic monologuist Doug Dank, the Project features a guest storyteller who shares tales from his own experience. The ensemble, mostly regulars from Dad's Garage, then comes up with scenes loosely inspired by the stories. You can find, say, Actor's Express artistic director Freddie Ashley describing some episodes from third grade, then see George Faughnan imitating a Southern legislator who filibusters by drawling the ingredients off a bag of potato chips.