Venue: Terry Fator Theatre
3400 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV
Show Dates: April 11, 2014
Show Times: 10pm
Age Restriction: 16
Starting at $64.84
Wayne Brady's show is not a show for the lazy. Brady's not lazy, bounding around the stage with a hands-free microphone, riffing on everything from the risqué to the inane. And so you, too, cannot be lazy -- or the show won't be half as fun.
From nearly the very beginning of the show, the audience is tapped to provide the fuel for Brady's irresistible brand of improv humor and if you're asleep on the job, well, you have no one to blame but yourself.
Brady's show is an almost intimate experience, where the face you recognize from so many episodes of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" (and an unforgettable episode of "Chapelle's Show") is pretty close to your own face and he's looking at you to make things interesting.
Most of Brady's comedy is obviously made up in the moment and although certain bits may be the same night after night, it's hard to say exactly how the show will go because it's hard to predict how your fellow audience members will answer Brady's queries.
And if calling out prompts from the audience doesn't quite fulfill your dreams of interacting with Wayne Brady, consider volunteering for the variety of audience participation skits. Because some on stage catch on quicker than others, it adds another element of surprise and hilarity to the show.
It's a little bit of everything -- which is exactly what Brady says you're in for at the start of the show -- and all of it is hilarious.