Last weekend I stumbled across a Boychick ad in Time Out Magazine, so I decided to check it out. When I first got to the Times Square Arts Center, I was greeted by outrageous people, one of whom kept asking me, Do you know where my son is? This woman was so real, I immediately felt involved in the story of this show. We traveled from one room to another, allowing us to interact with more than one character. Every actor was astonishingly talented, never breaking his/her character. The Dinner was great - I went on Sunday where we were served Kosher Chinese. I asked about Saturday's meal, which is traditional chicken, rice, beans, and salad. When I return, I will go on Saturday night. I sat with Bobby Grossman and his family during the party, who had me crying with laughter. Next time, I'd like to sit with Soraii and the Grandma. Check it out! You will love it. You will dance, you will shout, you will eat, and you will be grateful that your family isn't nearly as dysfunctional as this one!
Pros: Constant Interaction between the cast and the audience
Cons: Cash Bar