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I, the teachers I went with, and all the teachers around us laughed hysterically for 2 solid hours! I am so happy I went. We had such a good time! I don't think people that are not teachers would get most of the humor. These reviews about language seem a little odd, as it is a comedy show, not a teacher inservice. Most people would be prepared for that. The Thousand Oaks Center was a beautiful venue. The show was almost completely sold out, however many seats were empty, due to season ticket holders not using or selling their seats, which was a tad annoying. I would have loved better seats, but they weren't available. It was a fun filled experience for my group. Teachers can sure use some humor, and we loved the show!
Carla from Poughkeepsie, New York
FUNNIEST COMEDY SHOW EVER
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the performance last night in Poughkeepsie, NY. Orlando Baxter, Yoder, and Ms. Rob were all wonderful comedians. They had everyone bent over, out of breath, laughing. Extremely relatable, insightful comedy.
Gerald Cox from Pensacola, Florida
THE FUNNIEST TEACHER SHOW
I truly enjoyed the show. I laughed hysterically throughout. After retiring from a 50 year teaching career, I truly appreciated the comedy presented.
Tha comedians were exceptional.
Overall, it was an incredible experience.
However, the Saenger Theater blew it with the lanyard situation. We were not told how to obtain the lanyards on entrance. After the show, there were not enough lanyards to go around. I'm 73 years old and taught for 50 years and HAD BOUGHT 8 TICKETS for the meet and greet and received one ticket (two of us attended). TRIVIAL. YES, BUT VERY IMPORTANTLY TO ME
Pditty2fen from Tysons, VA
The show was very funny and I’m not a teacher. The last guy was the best he was from Florida and hysterical. I really enjoyed the show!!
I. T. from Riverside, California
NOT AS EXPECTED
We had some good laughs, but I was expecting more jokes about teaching and what we experience. I did not expect to hear explicit sexual jokes. More funny jokes about experiences like the slogan says : you can't make this stuff up!
from Lakeland, Florida
FUNNY WITHOUT THE USE OF F WORD
This tour was disappointing from the standpoint of the frequent use of f word. It was unprofessional in the sense that so many educators were present. This is not the everyday language use of most educators, so why was it needed to be funny? All of the teachers that attended with me were very uncomfortable. A good suggestion is to clean up the comedy act!
Dee Hayes from Washington D.C.
Many of the jokes (content) were/ was funny! The thing that kind of ruined it was excessive profanity, especially f this, f that constantly. This was in Tysons,VA. I have taught in Ft. Lauderdale, Albuquerque, Ohio, and now the Washington DC area. NONE of the teachers I know ever cuss like this -ever (not in school nor after school). I will not attend another one unless I hear that they have cleaned up the act.
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