REVIEW: Let’s Go Back to the Phones: We Need to Talk

This phone-in-style show answers all the audience’s questions.

By Ekjot Brar

The art of improvisation relies on the chemistry between the actors, and, as evident in Let’s Go Back to the Phones: We Need to Talk, these artists have mastered it. This phone-in-style show answers all the audience’s questions with help from specialists ranging from Jason Kenny to Deena Hinshaw, who are not shy to illustrate their musical talents. These experts are well versed in all topics, even the versatility of spatulas. Above all, they possess the ability to create non-stop laughter from individuals of all ages.

Despite a few blunders with punchlines that didn’t appear to appeal to the audiences as much as the performers wished, recoveries were quick by co-stars, especially Peter Brown, who hosted the entire performance and optimized the audience’s interest. This cast’s wisecracks would convince anyone to see the show, but if those aren’t enough, then Aimée Beaudoin’s quick wit would remove any doubt.

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