A Talented Cast! Together at Last at The Second City (Open Run)

“Let’s switch now. I want my body back!”

“No way, I like being an old lady!”

“I worked hard to get where I am! Let’s switch now!”

“Hey ladies, are you going to do the Freaky Friday switch here at JC Penny?”

This was the crazy start to a completely improvised scene in the third act of Together at Last. It only gets funnier from there when other actors join as Mr. JC Penny and another as a former sweater! This cast has very good improv chops.

Photo by Marisa KM

Everyone from the cast of the pandemic interrupted Do You Believe in Madness? returns in this show except for Andrew Knox, who is replaced by Evan Mills. The newcomer fits right in and shines in a scene playing the son explaining parts of his life to his out of touch father, played excellently by Adam Schreck. Asia Martin is very funny on the fly and had everyone laughing as she stalks her son. Jordan Savusa is a hilarious breakout talent that completely commanded the room when he took the mic for an improvised standup set about not being to find a banjo teacher in his home state of Hawaii. Mary Catherine Curran is great, especially as the old lady in the JC Penny scene. Lastly, Sarah Dell’Amico is hilarious and cracks everyone up in the joyful getting divorced song. The cast is so talented that at least one of them will surely be called up to be on TV soon. Catch them now while you still can in Old Town!

Photo by Marisa KM

Cost of a ticket: $34 – $84 (depending on the day)

PlaylistHQ Economic Rating: Worth It +

Rating Scale: Exceptional Value > Worth It > Half Price > Go for Free > Don’t Bother

Get tickets now for Together at Last!

Photo by Timothy M. Schmidt.

Quinn Delaney

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