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What You'll Get
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Laughter is yoga for the heart, and today's Groupon gets you a ticket to hilarious yogic bliss at National Comedy Theatre for $6 (a $12 value). Watch as NCT's talented players face off in a hilarious improvised competition at 9:45 p.m. every Friday and Saturday night. NCT's show is completely different each time and funny for all ages, so grab your 2.5 children and 8.7 grandnieces. You haven't had a family laugh this good since that time the dog fell down the stairs and was more-or-less fine.
Sidesplitting scenarios will have you doubled over as each comedy team participates in a variety of games inspired by audience suggestions and moderated by a referee. Decide the winning team based on which troupe best molded your ab-laugh-muscles into a perfect six-pack. There are no age restrictions at National Comedy Theatre, so everyone can laugh without spending money on babysitters. Your Groupon is good for a show on any Friday or Saturday night at 9:45 p.m. Reservations are required, so call ahead to reserve tickets.
- Here is the most important thing to know: we laughed and laughed and laughed. What a great way to spend an evening! – Judy Hedding, About.com
Eight Yelpers give the National Comedy Theatre 4.5 stars:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Dates subject to availability. Only valid for 9:45 p.m. performance on Friday and Saturday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About National Comedy Theatre
Voted the Best Local Performing Arts Troupe by readers of the East Valley Tribune in 2011, National Comedy Theatre’s ensemble of players concocts improvised situations at lightning-fast speeds, relying on audience participation and their own wits to elicit thunderous laughter and applause. After turning to their all-ages crowd for assistance in shaping games and scenarios, the cast employs knowledge gleaned from operating-room sketches to tickle ribs with anatomical exactitude. The show often favors spontaneity over prudence, with performers gleefully stepping into their roles as acrophobic skydiving champions or long-winded court stenographers. Audience members get to select the winning team at the conclusion of the show, and can learn the form themselves during improv classes.