Venue Details

15 Star Starred
The ComedySportz Theatre
between N Sheffield and N Clark 929 W. Belmont Ave Chicago, IL 60657
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Train stops less than a block away. Very convenient if staying downtown.
ComedySportz travel Dec 29 2013 star this tip starred
Lorenda Gamble
The performances for children are wonderful.
The ComedySportz Crew Meets The Snow Queen info Dec 03 2012 star this tip starred
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attended Jun 30 2012

Performance was very simplistic. My children, 4 and 6, were entertained and engaged for most part. When asked their opinion simply stated it was "okay."

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attended Aug 04 2012

Great Grand Kids love. We weren't bored. Masks to color and audience participation wow. Villain too. Place almost empty. Need more advertizing . Performers very present and friendly after the show.

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attended Aug 18 2012

Took our four-year-old twins and had a blast! Friendly, fun staff and kids are encouraged to participate -- great for the little ones who need to wiggle around some. Our son knocked over his drink and a friendly staff person appeared out of...continued

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Website

http://www.comedysportzchicago.com/calendar?task=view_detail&agid=...

Description

The characters of Rudyard Kipling’s classic book come to the ComedySportz stage. The kids in the audience are invited to play roles as monkeys and wolves alongside favorite characters like Mowgli, Baloo the bear, Bagheera the black panther, Kaa the python, Akela the wolf, and Shere Khan the Tiger.

About the Ticket Supplier: ComedySportz Theatre of Chicago

ComedySportz offers a unique blend of fast and funny improv comedy that is appropriate for all ages. Two teams of improvisers play short-form improv games in front of a referee and the audience votes for the team that makes them laugh harder. You, the audience crown the eventual winner! "Hilarious!" - USA Today