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Dad's Garage Comedy Improv 2004-2005, by Dad's Garage Players
Hmm..
Friday, June 17, 2005
3.0
Some talented folks at this theater, definitely worth checking out. Felt like the performers were kind of bored at times- like they needed a change or scenery, or routine, somethin--. But definitely real improv talent here. Worth a night out.

The Bad Eggs, by The Bad Eggs Writers...
The 3rd time around...
Saturday, July 17, 2004
5.0
I haven't been to the Bad Eggs for a while, but to comment on the last review made, I was fortunate enough to hear the B.O. song by Mr.Durand and Mr.Arapoglou live in show, and it definitely did not dissapoint. I also can't lie that I was a little too excited when I heard they were making a CD out of those songs.

This week wasn't the strongest they've had, but it was still better than the first time I went. The cast seems to have lost a couple of its pieces and added new one's which has seemed to help in some areas. I do agree there are moments of 'dull' time where parts probably could have been cut out.

That being said, I was definitely just as engaged watching the cast as I was when I went last month. I appreciated the Haley Joel Osment sketch and the parody of that kid who fainted during the spelling bee recently. However, nothing was better than Mr.Arapoglou & company's ridiculous spoof on Forrest Gump. I am a huge fan of that movie and can probably recite every line, and every member in the cast had their moments. Forrest really shined though.

I can't wait for the best of!

The Bad Eggs, by The Bad Eggs Writers...
Awesome.
Tuesday, June 8, 2004
5.0
Hey, honestly I'm not a huge theater person and never have been. The only reason I'm on this website is because my roomate is and told me this would be a good way to help out these guys. I saw the Bad eggs on Saturday night. I've never been a fan of all those weird improv shows. But someone ;-) convinced me it was SKETCH comedy and wouldn't be such a drag. Someone was right. I was doubling over from laughter the entire time. I lost it right from the beginning when they did a spoof on oprah. That girl was HILARIOUS! The other highlight had to have been the Oasis spoof. And if what I hear is true (that the show changes every single week,) I'm definitely coming back. This show is better than paying 8 (freakin') 50 to go to a movie that sucks. Take it from me, this is real entertainment.

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