It was just okay. I do not need to go back again. Parking was easy and venue itself was okay.
Show was quite funny. Very enjoyable evening.
Actually, I used my voucher at Streets of Woodfield. I've been to dozens of shows over the last 5 years and never saw a bad show until my last few visits. Lots of new cast members who don't seem to gel well. I don't know if the better talent has been sent to the Chicago location, but what used to be a guaranteed great time is now hit-or miss. I used to bring dates and even large groups to the shows, but I'm hesitant to do so anymore. I've been embarrassed in front of my date and I don't want to experience that again. How can I be sure the quality will be there like it was so consistently for years?
The Comedy Shrine in Aurora is better.
Great venue with funny group of improv actors
It was easy to get to and it was indeed a family friendly show! The improv actors had everyone in my family laughing from dad to my three kids under 8. My 8 yo got a chance to help the actors on stage with some improv and that part of the show had us in stitches!! We are definitely going back for some more laugher!
Though I have only been there once for the 9:30 (adult show) it was hilarious!! I have been to, and performed in other improv shows, I would have to say, this one ranks pretty high in my opinion. I am taking my family to an all ages show tonight and everyone is excited!
Smaller than most improv shows but it was still excellent! Perfect first date night ice breaker.
From Our Editors
Laugh Out Loud Theater sprays the suburban fringes of Chicago with a thick foam of world-class improv comedy. An extensive, experienced cast brings a highly interactive, audience-assisted experience to the intimate Schaumburg stage, drawing on hive-mind suggestions to kick off its inevitably LOL-worthy sketches. Shows rely heavily on audience participation, and LOL's indefatigable ad-libbers make it a point to invite willing audience members up on stage to help them achieve exponential levels of funny. Though eschewing egregiously blue humor, Improv for Grownups' cast refuses to turn down any suggestion, no matter how risqué, which leads to raunchy riffs that retain the group's trademark wit. On Thursdays, Prime Time performances mix the group's regular ensemble members with in-training improvisers, delighting audiences while giving tomorrow's rib-ticklers on-the-job training.
Laugh Out Loud Theater has a full kitchen and bar—and there is no drink minimum—so guests can fill guts until they bust with each new course during the night's improvised feast of tomfoolery. Well-suited for date nights, group outings, or a way-funnier-than-usual family-bonding experience, Laugh Out Loud's improv comedy will inspire even the most nonspontaneous audience members to put down their cue cards and bust out a few jokes of their own.
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