Called "Politically Incorrect, and Funny" by Chicago Tribune and "Highly Recommended" by the Chicago Reader the hugely successful show revolves around four pimps who took an improv class at Second City by accident and decide to moonlight. The groups complete lack of political correctness and their outrageous costumes are only part of the reason they are so popular. Tribune Reporter Glenn Jeffers wrote in his review: “... for 45 minutes, I laughed. Flat-out laughed.” PIMPROV has been entertaining audiences for nearly 15 years. Funds will be raised and donated to Neopolitan Lighthouse Domestic abuse shelter in Chicago.