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Whole World Theatre Comedy Improv, by Whole World Players
Vomit
Wednesday, August 10, 2005
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I went to see a free show at the Atlanta park. OH MY GOD!!! What happened to these people? The last time I saw Whole World Theatre was in September of 04. It was a bunch of people who had taken a class and I guess it was their first time (that's what their host kept saying) but they were incredible. The crap I saw in the Atlanta Park made me want to slap my wife it was so bad. What happened between September 04 and July 05? Someboby must have quit or something. I guess it's back to Dad's Garage from now on. I would never ever pay to see a bunch of a-holes who don't seem to understand that if the audience isn't laughing off stage maybe they shouldn't be laughing on stage. It Sucked.
Peter Phifer
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