The hostess really tried to get the audience involved. Due to the season the crowd was light and initially quiet. By the middle of the performance everybody seemed to participate. It was a lot of fun. My favorite was where audience suggestions were taken and recorded on bits of paper. Thrown on the stage randomly these were used as dialogue in the scene. It was very funny. All with a Halloween theme. It was great, a bit amateur... if you compare them to "Who's line is it anyway?". But considering the professional cast of those guys, this was great entertainment for the money.
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