We got discount tickets (about half off).
It was nearly impossible to hear the actors (the speakers were deafeningly loud but the sounds were not clear) and a lot of the action was difficult to follow (why is the "gypsy" woman twirling around? who knows?). The table service was poor and although sometimes I think the waitress was asking questions it was too hard to hear her over the booming speakers so whatever was offered was rejected. There may have been a storyline or plot? but I couldn't tell you.
That said: the actors tried particularly hard at engaging the children in the audience, which was very cute. The food was okay. I didn't feel like we were "tricked" into upgrades at any point (offered them, but not tricked into them). The show was interesting as far as we could understand it. It was an okay evening -- not fabulous, okay, but we all laughed and we enjoyed cheering for our pirate, and half off of the regular price was a good price for an evening's entertainment.
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