We were given free tickets to Mad Libs Live for review purposes. Any and all opinions expressed here are our own.
Me -Mad Libs Live, wow! Mad Libs Live was really funny. When the audience comes in they fill out pieces of paper with words for different parts of speech, such as, nouns, verbs, and adjectives. The words are collected in buckets with other nouns or verbs or whatever. Then, when they get to a blank part of a song or whatever, they take a word out of the appropriate bucket and use that. So neither you nor the actors know what they are going to have to say. That makes it fun for everyone. When we went to the show at one point somebody had to say he was a smelly toilet. That was funny. The plot of the show is just okay. It is about a singing competition. Even though the storyline is not very original it works well with the Mad Libs. The songs in general were just okay, but the Mad Libs made them fun. The characters in the show were very cliche. There was the jock, the nerdy guy, the popular spoiled girl and the shy awkward girl. The actors who played them were very good in their parts. The show is definitely worth seeing not because it is a great show, but because it so funny. The best part about it is that you could see it a bunch of times, and it would always be different.
And that's Melia's view. Tune in tomorrow for Funtivity Friday and for a chance to win a family four (4) pack of tickets to Mad Libs Live in the Santa Claus is Coming to Town blog hop.
Dames at Sea photos by Jeremy Daniel
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