This was my first dinner theater and if they are all like this then "I am in!" The cast was very good with the audience and the improv was excellent. You could tell that the cast enjoyed their work and wanted to make sure that you enjoyed your evening. If in the D.C. area I would definitely recommend this dinner theater, especially if you have a group of people. The audience gets to partake in the theather as well which made for a humorous evening. The food was good and it kept coming. " "I wish to say thank you. Our daughter visited us from Florida this past weekend. We made reservations at you Washington DC show. I was a little skeptical at first. However, I will tell you, we all had a great time. Your cast was delightful and very friendly to everyone. They seem to make sure all tables were visited and attempted top make conversation with everyone there. We were very pleased. I'm sure we will see you again! Thank you for a wonderful time!
Posted: 7/07/2011 • Link to this review
We had a great time! Based on the other comments we were worried about going, but purchased the tickets on Living Social and decided it was worth a try. It was held in a banquet room at a hotel, so the food was what you would expect from a typical wedding reception. We actually all loved the cup of vegetable soup, we thought it had quite a bit of flavor. The rest of the food was great for the price. Two people at out table had the salmon and said it was really good and would definitely get it again. The show was really good, we loved the constant interaction with the characters and how they immediately were in character. We did go to a show when there was a group of Girl Scouts, that was a bit disappointing since there were quite a few sexual innuendos and I think there were quite a few jokes that were downplayed to keep it clean. They kept it in good fun though and were able to make jokes about the girls being there. Our entire table seemed to be the only one interacting with the characters so it made for some good laughs. If you are going and expecting to be served a meal while you sit back and just watch a show, then this is not for you. The point of this show is for constant interaction from the guests. The more you play along and pick on the characters, the more fun everyone has. We spent the entire night laughing.
Posted: 6/03/2011 • Link to this review