Sundown Review, Mooney on Theatre January 12, 2014 Part of me doesn’t like calling Sundown (which plays the Comedy Bar) improv. It’s an improvised show, set in the classic Old West (gunslingers! sheriffs! snake-oil salesmen!), but then it twists. Rather than a string of vignettes, you get a whole, coherent, singular story from start to finish, with a busload of recurring characters, callbacks and brick jokes to reward your attention. And it’s all accompanied live by Devon Hyland, who conjures up chain gangs, dust storms, disasterous craft fairs and water-tower fistfights using only a guitar.In short, this is improv plus: improv framed around a lengthy, meaty story; improv with a cast who know how to build and develop, rather than just go for easy laughs; improv which feels like somewhere, off in the wings, there’s a director whispering cues and instructions to the performers. And the effect is delicious. — Mike Anderson, Mooney on Theatre Read the review in full here. We are so excited to see what else the Sundown gang come up with... They have three more shows this month, Wednesdays at 9:30pm at the Comedy Bar main stage!