This desperately needs to be updated. I feel like Kudu has deteriorated over time. It is so damn expensive. Look at the other local coffee shops that do a brilliant job and don't charge nearly as much: Wildflour Pastry (SO GOOD, SO CHEAP, SO FRIENDLY), City Lights, etc. I love the courtyard and warm atmosphere of Kudu, but it's a rip off over all.
I think they have a legitimate case.
Yeah, really, the choice and management of the venue was detrimental not only to the performers, but the audience as well. As an audience member (for most, even if you didn't get there LATE!) it was awkward, uncomfortable and distracting. For the performers, I'm sure it sucked to be speaking above raucous, uncivilized people. There needed to be more set-up of seats, and people should have at least been informed from the beginning that this was a SHOW. How was I supposed to vote for any of the first three people, when it was so loud I couldn't even hear if they were funny or not. I loved what I did hear, but most of the show seemed less like a comedy competition and more like a battle for sound and space.
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