The unexpected surprises and literal detours along the way. Getting to know the characters and having investment in how the story unfolded. And the drinks that kept on flowing.
What I didn't like
I was one of the people who didn’t notice that there was a link to a wedding website with background info on the Fringe page (I just saw it before going to write this review). So even though they made that available to the audience, it may have helped to email that out to the participants. I was also a little unclear at check-in that I was able to choose which path I could take (and the guy in front of me had the same confusion, both of us thinking we had missed an assignment sent to us), so the availability of that choice is also something that could perhaps be clarified in an advance email.
My overall impression
A raucous hour 0f fun. There is a clear, engaging story here with stakes that takes unexpected turns and builds to a satisfying climax (something not all immersive shows can do), but most of all I just had a blast hanging out in a limo with a fun group of people (actors and audience members alike). The creators and actors in this show should be commended for putting together such a fun, natural immersive show. Get tickets if you can!