The Show Against Humanity: Comedy Inspired by "Cards Against Humanity" Game
In keeping with the party game's wicked sense of humor, makers of the insanely popular Cards Against Humanity actually raised its price on Black Friday ... and fans still went in crazy. That's how addictive -- and devious -- this game/social sensation truly is. Now it has inspired a live show at the Improv Asylum, The Show Against Humanity. Billed as a "Show for Awful People," this production features Main Stage actors, alumni and special guests staging some of the most politically incorrect, just plain "wrong" scenes you're ever going to see. You may hate yourself for laughing, but laugh you will at this edgy new show.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Improv AsylumImprov Asylum is a comedy theater that features improvisation and sketch comedy. They have been described as Whose Line Is It Anyway? meets Saturday Night Live! Founded in 1998, Improv Asylum has performed more than 3,500 shows, for over 500,000 people. They have been featured on HBO, and have performed in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Austin, Aspen and other cities throughout the country. Improv Asylum strives to provide the best comedic theater experience.
Improv Asylum is located in the heart of the North End, within short walking distance from Faneuil Hall and is easily accessible via public transportation.