Our family likes a good laugh... we don't even mind a few "corny" jokes, but we don't like the more R-rated comedy that most comedy movies and stand up comedians seems to push as entertainment. The 7:30 weekend show was advertised as 'family friendly' and it was. There were four comedians that worked well together. It was entertaining and included the audience without embarrassing them. It really is a 'no wrong answer' kind of venue. It's the kind of funny that can make you laugh again later when you are talking about it. We were inspired too - got some great ideas for improv party games that we can do with friends and family.
TIP! We purchased tickets about 20 minutes before the show for full price from the box office. We found out that sometimes shows sell out and walk-ins are on a waiting list for seating. Best option is to buy in advance. It was actually worth the full ticket price but we felt like we paid too much because we heard lots of people talking about paying 1/2 price for tickets. We will go back when we are in the area, but next time we will search for discounts if available to get the most for our 'entertainment buck'!
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