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Whole World Theatre Comedy Improv, by Whole World Players
They used to be great,
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
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Whole World has become a stupid dog and pony show. They used to be so good, but something has changed. Yeah, they have people that can talk in funny voices, but is it really worth $20.00? I dont think so. All their scenes are arguments. All their humor is scatalogical. And after you see three or four shows, you start to see the same thing over and over. Some people really enjoy that stuff, and that's fine. I'm glad some people enjoy it. It's just not for me. I think improv can be so much more. plegh!

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