Holiday Hangover: Improvised Comic Plays from The Shelter Comedy
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The last date listed for Holiday Hangover was Thursday December 26, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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The show is guaranteed to be hilarious and new every time Laugh Out Loud Theater performs Weekend Improv. Done in the same fully improvised style as hit shows like Whose Line Is it Anyway?, Weekend Improv combines live action, video and audience participation into a truly unique, laugh-filled evening -- all in an intimate, cabaret setting. From scenes and songs to crazy games -- it's all made up on the spot and based on audience suggestions. You never know what might happen next, but it's sure to leave you in stitches. Learn More
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Featured review from Kate
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I always enjoy the shows at LOL. Been there many times, this was my first holiday show. It really didn't have much to do with Christmas. Also, I was a little disappointed with the 2nd half of the show after intermission, they performed a one act play which didn't really go anywhere and wasn't all that funny. Every show is different, so I will definitely go again. Also, I found out that if you get your tickets discounted on Goldstar, they will make you pay a $5 min for food and drink per person. I purposely called ahead and asked if there were any requirements for these tickets, and they told me, no minimums, no age limit. I was surprised and not very happy.
The Shelter Comedy explores this absurd, sweet and sometimes dysfunctional season in a night of fully improvised holiday fun. Come ready to see your best and worst holiday stories brought to life in the form of a completely new holiday-themed one-act play every week. You provide the inspiration and the actors of The Shelter provide a narrative story that will have you in tears of laughter. Directed by Chris Biddle.
The Shelter Comedy has been generating comedic short films and live one-act plays created through the joy of improvisation for the past three years. Ensemble members include of Peter Athans, Harz Sondricker, Demian Krentz, and Megan Farris.
This show may contain adult language and content, and is recommended for ages 18 and older.