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Improv Asylum
216 Hanover St. Boston, MA 02113
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4.2 / 5 Rated by 24 members
Review from Ian E.
7 events 2 reviews

Very funny comedy! Plenty of audience participation. Plus there's a hot chick.

reviewed May 11 2007 report as inappropriate
Review from AZ
3 events 1 review

alright, but I would not recommend it to a friend

reviewed Aug 24 2007 report as inappropriate
Review from Lydia Acheson
1 event 1 review

Great time although the "Goldstar" section seems to have a slightly obstructed view. I wish we had known that ahead of time. Lots of fun and lots of laughs at ImprovAsylum. Great atmosphere!

reviewed Aug 17 2007 report as inappropriate
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The North End’s favorite inmates unleash their unique comedic take on the world and what is happening today. Sketches featuring an adult 900 call disrupted by a family pet, an avalanche that nobody believes is coming, and a song about being in a mid-20’s slump, combined with audience interaction, interviews and even live “Man On Hanover Street” segments makes this show something that is not to be missed. From the most original neighborhood in Boston comes the season’s most original show. It’s _ The North End Of The World As we Know It (And I Feel Fine)_.

Broadway In Boston presents Rodgers & Hammerstein's <em>The King and I</em> Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Electronic Music Pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre <em>RENT</em>: The 20th Anniversary Tour Carol Burnett: <em>An Evening of Laughter and Reflection</em> Carol Burnett: <em>An Evening of Laughter and Reflection</em>