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Lewis was fantastic, should name his tour, "Welcome to the Real"! Dallas welcomed him with open arms and crazy enthusiasm! Great event, great time.
Michael Duecker from San Diego, California
LEWIS BLACK ALWAYS TELL IS LIKE IT IS AND WITH STYLE.
I had the pleasure one again of seeing Lewis Black at the Balboa Theater on November 2nd. His wit, timing, and ranting is always a bright light in my mundane life. He always tells it like it is and says thing s "out loud" that we are all thinking. My favorite joke of his was for Prevagen, the drugs that improves your memory. He said, "I OD'd on Prevagen once and now I'm remembering things that haven't even happened yet!!!" The man is a genius and everyone had a great time. Please come back soon Lewis, we don't like waiting two years between shows.
Randy from Denver, Colorado
LEWIS BLACK AT THE PARAMOUNT IN DENVER
Lewis was in rare form, and his show was fabulous! For some reason, the audience had several obnoxious women close to the stage hooting, and hollering during his show. It took a while, but he owned them after a while. Finally, more than halfway through the show, one incredibly obnoxious woman was escorted out after he had to stop his show to deal with her. It was amazing to watch him ad lib and jump seemingly effortlessly back into his routine. Managers of future events, please usher people like this out MUCH sooner, so the Pro can do his thing. …still a great, great show!
Laff House from PA
TRUE BLUE STATES DIDN'T LAUGH
The easily offended and scared to laugh crowds didn't get it. He was hilarious and unafraid to tell it like it is... in true LB form
Debra Diana Blue from Akron, Ohio
I thought Lewis Black was hilarious. His timing was great. I laughed til I thought my head would explode. I cannot wait for him to come back. Also, Black is not for the faint of heart, that’s probably what I like about him.
Dave Miller & Marta Nieburg from Denver, Colorado
DENVER AUDIENCE IS THE WORST.
Denver once again proved that it is truly a hick town. He was interrupted 5 times by some moron from Colorado Springs. With less than 15 minutes left, she was finally removed. Lewis was genuinely pissed off, but we enjoyed how he embarrassed her every time she opened her mouth. Do they not have security at the Paramount? He apologized to the audience every time she interrupted, and noted the money people paid for their seats. We had purchased our seats 2 years ago, and they were excellent. The Paramount theatre is an amazing venue.
This is an unbelievable side story that you will think is embellished, but I swear it is true. The lady in front of my wife, who consumed 2 glasses of wine before the show, and 2 during, told us her husband loved stand up comedy, and wanted to surprise him with tickets to the show. Talk about "are you fucking kidding me", she had never heard of Lewis Black, but figured he would be funny because he was black.
Mr Black, you are the best. Hope Sat is better.
Cassandra from Lancaster, Pennsylvania
A LITTLE WORN OUT
One hour of The warmup comic before Lewis Black hit the stage, a little worn out in anticipation.
Lewis had some funny material but he and the material, a little worn out.
He spoke softly until he dropped the “F” bomb which the crowd roared over. By the time the crowd settled back down you missed Lewis’ follow up joke but once again heard loudly the next “F” bomb; and so on.
The ranting segment was next, but by then we were worn out.
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