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About Theatre 99, Charleston

This is rated as the best Theater of the city by the main newspaper of the city. They put up a variety of shows and events and their forte is comedy. Besides just performing, they also have workshops and classes for those who want to master the craft of acting. You should make some time during your stay and spend an evening laughing out to the comic acts they put up.

Theatre 99 Information

  • Rates and hours may also differ according to shows.
  • Check the hours and rates if you want to attend their acting classes.

How To Get To Theatre 99 by Public Transport

  • Bus numbers 10, 40, 41.

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Address: 280 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29401, United States

Phone: +1-8438536687

Ticket Price: 5 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

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  • Great for a different date night. Theatre 99 offers very funny improv comedy for a reasonable price. I have been several times now and some nights are definitely better than others. The last time I went on a Friday it was absolutely hilarious. A lot depends on the actors, the crowd and the drinks. Speaking of which, drinks are very moderately priced. I suggest getting a bottle of wine for 2 people--just $20. Bring cash, no credit cars are accepted. They have an ATM but you pay a fee for it.

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  • This is by far my favourite place in Charleston. The actors are great and everyone always has a great time. Probably the most fun that you can have in this town. I always make sure to get out there at least once each time I'm in Charleston, and more if I can. Having lived in Charlotte and now Indianapolis, I must say the improv in Charleston ranks at the top of the list. Living as far away as I do now, I miss Theatre 99 and look forward to each time I get to go. This is the place to go when you're in Charleston. Do whatever you have to do to get out here--rearrange your schedule, disown your family, whatever it takes. It'll most assuredly be worth it.

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  • Have been here before, love this improv troop. They keep it mostly clean, could have cleaner language but definitely not near as bad as I've seen for these types of performances. Place is tricky to find, make sure to note website directions. Show up early enough to get good seats - half hour was right for my party of two. Like that they're not pushy with their volunteers.

  • I love this place! I recently just went again with my boyfriend, but the other times I went, I had been with my family. (I started going probably around the age of 12 with my parents, siblings, and cousins, however this time was with just my boyfriend.) (I was 23.)) This place is a ton of fun, and for only five bucks, totally worth every cent. Everytime I go, I'm laughing non-stop and the staff is always super nice and friendly. This was my boyfriend's first time going and he loved it too! They provide a cash bar, the bathrooms are always clean, and the seats lean back for your comfort. More importantly, the improv groups are hilarious and you can tell they love what they do. If you're ever in Charleston, I highly recommend this place. Maybe not for young children, but definitely for older kids, teens, and adults.

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  • $5 for an improv show? Yes! It was good value for money. The first performers, before the intermission, were okay. Some of them were very funny, whereas some seemed like students that were just starting out in improv. The two ladies after the intermission seemed very experienced and were definitely funny. My only complaint is that the website says the show is PG-13. However, with the ridiculous amount of times the performers used the f-word, it was definitely rated R.

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