|Chicago City Limits Comedy Without A Net
| Open: 11/30/06 Close: 12/01/06
Chicago City Limits Without A Net is a side-splitting evening of sketch comedy and improv. The show skewers the faces, places and events that rock our lives. Comedy sketches and songs take fearless aim at the Bush administration, immigration, public apologies, trans fats, celebrity baby collecting, and much, much more.
Chicago City Limits has been hailed as "Hilarious!" by the Daily News, "The Funniest Show in Town!" by the New York Post, and "Uproarious and Amazing!" by the Washington Post. The New York Times raves, "You have to go a long way to find a funnier comedy group!". Chicago City Limits Without A Net is the group's 32nd comedy revue since establishing itself in NYC in 1980. The show combines hard-hitting social and political satire with side-splitting improvisations, based on audience suggestions.
Directed by Joe de Gise III and Paul Zuckerman.