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Aanvat from Greenville, South Carolina
Saw him a few years ago at coffee underground here in Greenville, there he was great and very authentic. After living 21 years in South Africa I could appreciate his style and wit. Today is too busy trying to satisfy the American market and in some ways losing his South African style. I enjoyed the first part of the show as it reflected his old comedy, but further into the show it became a debate of sorts regarding women’s periods and continued to go down from there. Wouldnt consider seeing him again, even if it’s free. He just lost the plot last night. Needs to stay with his roots, he is much too talented to try to be something he isn’t.
E G from Tucson, Arizona
NOT THAT GREAT GUY FROM THE DAILY SHOW
We went to see Trevor Noah in at Tucson Music Hall. The first opener was a ...mmm... comic(?) from New York or New Jersey... and he made Jewish jokes... and just really didn't connect with the audience or humor. The second opener... a wide eyed guy (Chicago?) made some racist and reverse racist jokes. Tucson Arizona didn't go for that either. Double buzzer. Trevor came on. We were hoping for the cerebral on-top-of-it savvy guy that he clearly can be (on The Daily Show). Instead we got bad Spanish and bad Chinese while remarking that our weather is warm. Yes, Trevor, our weather is warm. We kinda knew that. Now we know you do too. Overall the show last 90 minutes. 1900 - nothing 1920 - first opening act starts (lord help us) 1940 - second opening act 2000 - Trevor goes on and does a 90 minute routing 2130 - Time to go home. Nothing to see here. This guy was one of those I looked up to seeing. What a disappointment. E
Dave mezzacappa from San Diego, California
LOW LYING FRUIT
I like Trevor & am a big fan of his nightly show. I saw his last show in San Diego as well & thought it was great, but tonight I personally thought his material was a bit weak. I mean come on how many comedians have used the “white people can’t dance” routine! Or I had to “fly coach”? Trevor is worth 100 million & no one in America who makes that much money flies coach, not authentic enough for me. I think he is more talented & better.
DP from Washington, District of Columbia
NOT THAT FUNNY
Saw Trevor Noah at the Daughters of the American Revolution Hall in DC. He was charismatic, likable, and does great impressions, but the content of his bits were for the most part very uncreative and predictable, hitting over-trodden racial and political subjects. Aside from three specific bits, it was very much a show that elicited an occasional smile instead of full on laughter. There were a couple of elongated story-style bits that, when concluded, left me with a, "That was it?" feeling. I do appreciate his clean and energetic style, but I found him to be more like that friend you know that is generally funny rather than a uniquely talented comedian able to keep the audience waiting on edge for his next innovative punch line.
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