The Ha-Ha-Holiday Show: Holiday Improv From Laugh Out Loud
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The last date listed for The Ha-Ha-Holiday Show was Saturday December 29, 2012 / 9:30pm.
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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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These performers were real amateurs. The humor was forced and not very funny. The venue is nice - small and intimate and close to home. Unfortunately, I could have more fun playing charades in my living room with a few friends. Sorry...I expected...continued
Laugh Out Loud Theater, the place for improv comedy in Chicago’s northwest suburbs, is changing its weekend lineup with the debut of The Ha-Ha-Holiday Show, a night of fully-improvised holiday hilarity, a gift that you won’t have to return later!
Laugh Out Loud’s first-class improvisers will make up comedy on the spot, asking the audience for suggestions to inspire short improvised scenes, only with holiday games and themes woven throughout. Watch Santa guess what the actors want for Christmas, or sing along with an improvised carol about the worst presents you’ve ever received. You provide the inspiration, the actors provide the laughs to get you through the end of the year with your family. Or at least the end of the night.
“Our ensemble is incredibly funny,” says Laugh Out Loud owner Lillie Frances. “They really make you forget the travel, the shopping, and the hassle of the holidays, and focus instead on what really matters: making it to January.”