I was shocked at the low grade entertainment and hospitality at this show. Wish I would have read others comments before purchasing tickets. TRUE: we were packed like sardines. My friend and I were placed in a corner where we literally had less than 6inches between our selves and the back door. Our view of the "show" was the backside of the sound equipment.
Prior to the start of the show, there were plenty of empty seats still. When I asked if we could move to a better spot. The "hostess" was very rude in her denial, and wouldn't consider our request. We were one of the first to arrive, and had purchased the pricey tickets well in advance. When we decided to re-seat ourselves, we were approached "mafia" style and were told by the "actors" to return to our corner.
Ironically, as the show progessed , we were told we had to find a place to move to as the conga line was going to use the back door we were seated against to loop around the builiding.
It was ridiculous and not an intimate family style affair as advertised. The food was cafeteria style. Iceberg lettuce called salad and rigatoni pasta doused in Ragu sauce. The bread? frozen breadsticks. If you decide to attend this show anyways, then don't stick around for the cake; it was stale!
I could deal with poor food and poor comedy, IF we were treated with respect. Dont expect hospitality or respect there!!
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