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CRUMBS 'Better Live Then On TV'
Presented by CRUMBS


Reviewed: 2006-07-31 00:56:32
Rated: 7 out of 10 [3.5 Stars]
By: Lorraine James (e-mail private -- log in to view)

I love seeing actor's chemistry at work in front of me. The night I went, the suggestion thrown at Stephen Sims and Lee White was, "I'm Sorry..." yada yada yada, I can't remember the whole sentence. Anyway, they took that sentence and created a 67 minutes piece [was it really that long or just some inside numerical joke?] that you'd swear was scripted. Whatever your concept of improv is, see these guys to get a good example. They've worked together for awhile and perform like dancing partners who know when one is leading and when the other is following. You can see when one throws out an idea and the other catches it effortlessly. For all you comedians and actors who poo-poo improvisational theatre: you can't hack it!

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