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The last date listed for Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Festival 2014 was Friday August 15, 2014 / 5:15pm.
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Improv comedy and Broadway musicals collide in Boston's Unscripted Musical Project. The B.U.M.P. troupe takes a single suggestion from the audience and uses it to spontaneously create a fully improvised one-act musical spectacular. The heroes and villains invent hilarious lyrics and choreography to tell their story, while a full band dreams up a score to match. Because every show is totally unique, you never know just what B.U.M.P. will come up with, but with veterans of Chicago's legendary Second City and Improv Olympic, as well as ImprovBoston and Improv Asylum performing, you can be sure it won't be your typical Broadway musical. Learn More
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Featured review from Rebecca L
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There were some excellent comedians here, but sitting in the bleacher seats, might as well have watched it on TV. Except if I were watching on TV, I wouldn't have the volume so freaking painfully loud. Tip: bring earplugs. Another tip: although the Xfinity Center website states that food in a softsided cooler is fine, it isn't.
Good intro for me to Jerrod Carmichael and Hannibal Burress (no, I am not African American). Lots of misogyny, especially on the opening second stage (yes I am female). Maybe that's why food isn't allowed - one more "bitches" and I would have been lobbing my lovely homegrown cherry tomatoes. Louis CK and Sarah Silverman were terrific. Steven Brody needs to expand his repertoire of jokes.
And parking in the regular lot? Took 45 minutes to leave, most of which was before the car even started moving.
Guess I'll stick to the Wilbur Theater.
Second Stage featuring Brody Stevens and more…