Good: the illusions were very well done.
Bad: they only represented maybe 20-30 minutes of the nearly 2 hour show
I brought two co-workers with me who don't speak English very well, because I assured them that the magic would not need translation. Sadly I felt bad for them since there were more puns than magic.
Most of the show was a variety/comedy act: telling puns, embarassing people, asking people what state they're from, then simplifying them to stereotypes. All the guys up front got nicknames of the less intelligent characters from Mayberry. I don't think any of it was mean spirited, but I didn't think most of it was funny, either. Joking that an unmarried couple really needs to repent at church on Sunday is a good example, since it just seems out of place for many people today. Maybe the couple weren't even Christians? Apparently Canada doesn't have any real doctors, presumably related to socialism somehow. And Boulder CO is filled with wackos. I wonder what he would have said about me as a gay atheist in San Francisco? 8-)
I suspect most of you will be able to figure out whether you'll enjoy this type of comedy or not. If you will, then you'll love the show.
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