^^If that line is what brought you here, I suggest you stay a while ...
I saw An Improvised Wes Anderson Film last Friday night and was still laughing on my way out the door.
For those unfamiliar with his work, Wes Anderson is an American director, producer, actor, and screenwriter, whose films (think The Royal Tenenbaums and Fantastic Mr. Fox) are known for their idiosyncratic characters, scripts, stories, and even their distinctive filming angles.
"Did you scare away your mother? And your sister? AND THAT DRIFTER!?
One of the main similarities I found between the show and the movies was the way the intricate storylines of each character were underlyingly woven into the overarching plot.
Whether or not you're a huge Wes Anderson fan, the show isn't too esoteric. It's simply hilarious - and I'm not just talking 'ha ha' funny here; the improvisational talents of the cast come complete with a slow-motion fight scene - this show is laughing-too-hard-to-apologise-for-kicking-the-seat-in-front-of-you funny (sorry, to the blonde-haired lady in the second row).
Five stars from me, for an improv show that you don't need a drink to enjoy.