I ordered tickets online, which saved me four bucks for two tickets. We saw the first half of the "improv movie" thing they do. Realizing the show sucked miserably, I tried to ask for free passes from the ticket chick for a future show. She informed me that she was the manager or some such crap, and that the only way I could get a free pass to a different show was if I were to have gone on stage. They wish. I have seen funnier car accidents.
Here are the only possible scenarios in which you might enjoy this show:
1. You bring a really hot date who you just met. You end up making out with your date instead of watching the show.
2. You get in free, and everyone on stage is a relative or close friend (which seems to have been the case).
3. Audible gas.
4. You are under the influence of barbiturates.
6. Winning the lottery just previous to attending.
7. If you are someway masochistically pleased by boredom.
8. You bring an IPod and listen to Richard Pryor.
9. Jump up on stage yourself. (Note: according to the "manager," this might score you a free pass for future attendance).
10. The show is keeping your mind off of a recently deceased relative or close friend.
If you thought that Driving Miss Daisy was funnier than any movie that any cast member (current or past) of Saturday Night Live has released, then there is a chance that you might find this show funny.
On the plus side, the actors weren't bad. They were creative, and able to jump into several different characters in an instant. But it wasn't funny. Go to an improv olympic show, or standup, or just read emails that have been forwarded to you.