A fan from Albuquerque, New Mexico
I must have been at a different show than the other reviewers. Granted, I haven’t seen live stand up in years, but she had me laughing out loud for most of the show. I loved her description of how Miami happened, along with the rest of her show. No, she didn’t have one liner “jokes,” but her descriptions and depictions of real life events are what makes her hilarious. And, the Q&A was only supposed to be 5 min, but she went over (so while someone complained about the show starting late, it also ended late). We all (4 of us) had fun!
Nurani Reed from Sacramento, California
The Sacramento show was dope. I laughed the wrinkles off my balls...
Joyce from Sacramento, California
Show was funny, people we’re laughing hysterically, but the sound system was bad and I couldn’t hear about half of what she or any of the comics were saying. I think she’s more a comedic actress than a stand-up comic, but she’s just naturally funny so I’m glad I went to the show. If I had any criticism of her performance I’d say it could be improved if she used professional writers (that may include more topical stuff, even. Let’s face it, there’s a lot of current material these days to use! ). With seeing if you’re a fan, as I certainly am!
Lady M from Watsonville, California
All and all it was a good show. What basically took away from it was the sound system. It was very hard to understand what most of the comedians were saying. Not to mention people coming in late or going back and forth to their seats getting in our way of watching the show. The first comedian was the one we could make out most of what she was saying. The DJs set up was house party type and the music was boring. I laughed from what I could make out of Tiffany Haddish's jokes. We didn't see many people leaving. How many people can get up there and do what these comedians did. The negative reviews hopefully will help to improve her future performances. It wasn't horrible just the format. No one wanted to hear about the lady's cell phone issue or the Tesla or someone yelling "Get back to the jokes." I was more disappointed with the sound system. Please get that fixed.
Lady M from Watsonville, California
Correction on mine. It was not the SAP Center, it was the Center for Performing Arts in San Jose where Tiffany Haddish performed.
Dre from Seattle, Washington
I saw the performance at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle. Website says doors open at 530 but you couldn’t get seated until 645. The show was billed as starting at seven. The DJ played to the crowd in an attempt to get the party started and at about 750 the openers started their routines . The sound system lacked clarity to hear the speakers voices clearly. First up was a lady who just BS’d her way through her warm up but seemed to keep the crowd somewhat entertained. Chris Spencer has been around and delivered a solid traditional standup up. Tiffany took the stage around 9 and chatted with the crowd and shared life experiences some of which got a chuckle some gave the crowd an uncomfortable moan because at times it appears that no actual words were being spoken just a series of mumbles and jumbles. Tiffany is undoubtably a talent in the entertainment industry but if you are expecting an on time polished performance by a season road wary comedian, “she ain’t ready” but if you want to listen to someone tell stories like she is the life at the party at your next BBQ, then this is exactly the show for you.
Paul from Portland, OR
SAVE YOUR MONEY & TIME
Portland, OR show 3/16/19 The show started at least 30 minutes late. The MC was funny & worth seeing. The 1st opening comedian was not. Then the MC came on again and riffed for about 20 minutes. Then - we’ll into the show, when everyone clearly expected Tiffany - there is a 2nd opening act! He was the best part of the evening, generating many laughs and doing a more traditional stand-up routine. Finally - at 9:30 - a full 90 minutes after the show was supposed to start, Tiffany took the stage to huge applause. She was a hot mess & mostly wasn’t funny. She rambled and ambled and spent a lot of time talking about herself, but not making people laugh. After a quick hour it was over. I had high expectations - she clearly has shown elsewhere she can be very funny - but she was an expensive, and very protracted & drawn out, disappointment. Major Low-lights: 1. 30+ minutes for the show to actually start, the entire time blasted with a deafeningly loud (albeit entertaining) DJ. THAT is not professional nor respectful of your audience. 2. So many opening acts - one of whom was very unfunny. 3. 90 minutes before the main act takes the stage. 4. Tiffany herself - this wasn’t comedy - I’m not sure what it was - but it wasn’t funny by and large. Save your money & your time.
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