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from Detroit, Michigan
Brian's comedy was family friendly, yet smart (not watered down), topical and hilarious. He doesn't need to have words that need to be bleeped out later. My teen aged children loved it as much as my wife and I. The opening act was great too (can't remember his name).
Diane from West Palm Beach, Florida
I've always been a fan but something was off last night. He started his set with a joke about losing his memory. Unfortunately I think it was prophetic. He seemed to lose his train of thought and at one time he forgot the punch line, and admitted it. He did have some good stuff but the flubs put a damper on his routine.
Bill G from San Diego, California
NOT HIS BEST
I didn’t think Brian brought his A game last night. He was distracted by the sounds of aircraft from the nearby airport but his new material just wasn’t all that funny. All in all, a very bland performance. His encore was literally just a commercial for his show on Amazon…he didn’t tell a single joke! Weird.
Kent Lessly from Wilmington, Delaware
HALF HEARTED SHOW ENDS EARLY
My wife and I love going to the Grand Opera House in Wilmington DE. Its not a large theatre and that makes the experience more intimate. We are fans of Brian's stand-up and were really looking forward to seeing him live. Brian was funny, but just. He was on stage for only 40 minutes, maybe less and for an encore, all he did was show a video clip (commercial) for his Netflix series and then walked off stage. It was as if we weren't worth the effort. Brian, if that's all you can muster, its time to retire from stand-up tours. Don't bother coming back.
Dan from Wichita, Kansas
NOT ON IT LAST NIGHT
Short performance to start with. First guy was funnier. Forgot several lines. Cost 187.00 for 3 people. Should have watched special at home. Seats in balcony was great. Parking was easy. Nothing like last years performance.
Julie from Cincinnati, Ohio
So, I’ve seen a lot of comedians and was looking forward to Brian Regan for months! First - show started late - not unheard of, but unusual. The opener was ok, he did his part and warmed up the crowd. But then, inexplicably, after his 15 minute set he encouraged everyone to go get refills as they were going to ‘take a little break’ and all the lights turned back on. What???? 20 minutes later Regan came on and he was done in less than 60 minutes. He had a few very funny moments - but he seemed to struggle. Maybe an off night? I think he is probably typically much better than last night in Cincinnati... but I wish I would’ve had tickets to that show instead!
Jay from Fort Myers, Florida
I love this guy, however, the last two times I have seen him he has been subpar. I will not go see him live again. I gave him a mulligan in Fort Laudeedale a few years ago. Last week in Fort Myers, he seemed to be rushing to get off of the stage. His set lasted about 45-50 minutes. We were all like “that’s it?” Oh well. I still love the old Regan but he has definitely lost touch.
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