Swift Justice: See a Full Episode of Law & Order Performed Live
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The last date listed for Swift Justice was Sunday October 14, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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It's not hard out here for a Pimprov at Chicago's Chemically Imbalanced Theater. The show has been hailed by critics and audiences alike as one of the most original and hilarious unscripted comedy events in town. Performers include Mark Bratton as "Ho'Lease," Jonathan Keaton as tap-dance happy "Daddy Jenkins," creator Marz Timms as the enterprising "Grand Finale" and Keith Smitherman as the enforcer "Poochie." With plenty of opportunity for audience involvement, Pimprov provides a dangerously funny and always unpredictable evening of laugh-filled entertainment. Learn More
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Featured review from Countrygirlwannabe
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Thoroughly enjoyed the show and the intimate venue - I invited two other "Law and Order" fans so we were sure to have an enjoyable evening. We were impressed with how well the cast had memorized their lines. I was the gal who's phone with the ringtone of "Law & Order" accidently went off during the performance. Yikes! So Sorry ! Beverages were good from the bar, so a Good Time Was Had By All ! Thank you, Kelly H. :)
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The improv portion before Swift Justice didn't start strong and went downhill quickly. Knowing how hard improv is, we give them credit for trying.
Swift Justice was not the finest show we've seen at CIC, but really appreciated that they took a...continued
This show is recommended for those age 13 and older.
About the Ticket Supplier: Chemically Imbalanced ComedyChemically Imbalanced Comedy is a non profit theater which has been producing the best and brightest comedy in Chicago for years. The Chicago Tribune called their show "simple, funny, and perceptive."
The Chicago Arts and Entertainment Magazine said, "I was astounded by the intelligence of that improvisation."
The Chicago Reader said CIC was "tight and funny."
The Chicago Redeye named CIC "Best Bet."