I've been to improvisation shows in different cities and was really looking forward to this one. The cast was enthusiastic in their quest to entertain the audience, who had a good time overall. What made it less than a great show was the fact that the cast never had the opportunity to develop a scene to any extent. There was a frantic changing of roles and lines, so that one could only really get a laugh out of a specific comment made by a cast member, rather than the humor in a scene or situation. It felt more like a workshop in how to do improvisation than a comedy show itself.
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