The ComedySportz Crew Meets Peter Pan
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The last date listed for Peter Pan was Saturday March 31, 2012 / 11:00am.
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Fans of comedy and improv shows like Whose Line Is It Anyway? will love Chicago's ComedySportz, a fun, fast-paced event that's great for the whole family. Two highly-skilled teams battle for laughs and points as they create scenes, games and songs on the spot with audience participation and suggestions incorporated into the act. It's never the same show twice, and you might even end up on stage yourself! The competition moves at a blazing pace, and you ultimately get to decide the winner. Learn More
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We took three kids 7, 10, 11. The play was well written and lively from beginning to end. All of us (adults included) had a good time. We will be going back. Parking was easy. Plenty of restaurants in the area. The venue even let us bring coffee in. Thanks!
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A fun family event. My 7 year old loved it(she was laughing throughout) and my 3 yr old was entertained as well! About a 50 minute show, nothing too scary...more silly...good audience participation, and enjoyable for adults as well.
The ComedySportz Crew’s latest adventure is an all-new adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s beloved play and novel. Imagination Land comes to Never Never Land when Peter Pan meets up with the ComedySportz crew.
Of course, Expensivo has to try to ruin things. Posing as Captain Hook’s right-hand man, Smee, the evil villain talks Hook into trying to get rid of Peter forever.
The kids in the audience will be needed to do more than just think happy thoughts to get Peter out of this predicament. Perfect for children 10 and under, this show offers fun, laughs, and the chance to get on stage!
The show is written by ComedySportz ensemble members Annie Rijks and David Flora and directed by Kristi Parker-Barnhart. Peter Pan runs 45 minutes.