You’ll laugh several parts off enjoying great actor/comedians performing skits and improv in what is a deceptively small venue. Your first reaction is that the chairs are squeezed in too tightly together, and your drinks will never fit on the table you have to share with the people in front of you, but the great venue, friendly staff and hilarious comedy seem to create an expansion of time and space to accommodate all your needs. My sixth visit was as enjoyable and as surprising as my first. Wondering if this is what it feels like to get elusive tickets to SNL, and if you live in the tri-state area (IL-IN-WI-MI,) save the air fare and what my son-in-law claims is a conspiracy against midwesterners getting tickets to SNL and go to Second City. Fun, Funny, Fundamentally crazy good shows. We just saw Clown Car Named Desire, and for those of you with fear of clowns, there weren’t many, though they were creepy… and they did an encore!
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