Bri Giger stole the show, she was hilarious and played her characters so honestly it caused the audience to lean forward in their seats. She gave a great performance as that homeless woman, and the monologue was beautifully written. Kiki Milner was very authentic in her characters – especially the girlfriend. Honest and compelling which helped elevate the silliness.
What I didn't like
The parts that energized the audience were when it felt authentic. There were moments that felt “joke-y” and because of that the jokes fell flat, even though the premises were very funny ideas. Other than that, very fun show.
My overall impression
Very fun and silly show. Pretty gross, but the effects were so goofy the audience couldn’t stop laughing. Vincent Lacy’s very enjoyable biographical piece about being up front about IBS, instead of hiding a disease many adults have was refreshing, aside from the fact I wanted to take a shower afterwards. It was about one man’s journey, and it was wonderful to see so many funny female comedians be showcased in his story.